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Framing a Comprehensive Approach to Climate Change

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dc.contributor.advisor Layne, Christopher
dc.contributor.author Boggs, Jay W.
dc.contributor.author Chellinsky, Andrew
dc.contributor.author Ege, David
dc.contributor.author Hodges, Allen
dc.contributor.author Reynolds, Tripp
dc.contributor.author Williams, Andy
dc.date.accessioned 2011-07-21T19:18:02Z
dc.date.available 2011-07-21T19:18:02Z
dc.date.issued 2007
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/97032
dc.description Looking ahead to 2025, what policies should future US administrations consider as appropriate responses to climate change, and what level of commitment should be devoted to addressing global climate change by the US government? To answer the key question, the project addressed the following secondary issues: en_US
dc.description 1.Based on the best scientific evidence currently available, what will the most likely manifestations of global climate change be by 2025? This includes aggregate changes (surface temperatures, rising sea levels) as well as discrete changes (drought, flooding, disease, storms, heat waves). With respect to the latter, what are the probabilities that such events will be more (or less severe) than they are today? 2.Based on the answers to the above, how politically salient will the issue of responding to global climate change be in 2025 (globally, by geographic region/location, by coalitions of similarly situated countries)? 3.What low-probability, but potentially catastrophic events, may occur and how should these be taken into account by US policy? 4.Responding to global climate change could be costly financially. However, there also could be positive spin-offs from addressing the consequences of global climate change. What may these positive spin-offs be (new technologies, energy independence, health, multilateral leadership, reputation gains)? en_US
dc.title Framing a Comprehensive Approach to Climate Change en_US
dc.type Other en_US
dc.contributor.sponsor Long Range Analysis Group, Intelligence Council (Director of National Intelligence) en_US

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