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WORLD CLIMATE RESEARCH PROGRAMME REPORT (2006)

White Paper: A Strategy for Climate Change Stabilization Experiments with AOGCMS and ESMs

The conclusions of Aspen Global Change Institute's 2006 summer science session "Earth System Models: The Next Generation" were published in the May 2007 edition of the World Climate Research Programme Summary Report. The synopsis brings to light what models, scenarios and strategies researchers now must consider next in order to best track emissions on both the short- and long-term scales in light... View arrow
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AGCI ELEMENTS OF CHANGE REPORT (2000)

Industrial Carbon Management: Crosscutting Scientific, Technical & Policy Implications

Industrial Carbon Management (ICM) refers to the array of technologies that enable the combustion of fossil fuels while substantially reducing or eliminating carbon emissions. Although there is a great deal of technical understanding on this subject, knowledge is isolated within a small group of technologists and little is understood about the effects of these technologies on public policy. As p... View arrow
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AGCI ELEMENTS OF CHANGE REPORT (1998)

Innovative Energy Strategies for CO2 Stabilization

In recognition of imperiling consequences of human-generated greenhouse gasses, this report lays out strategies will enable the world to achieve CO2 stabilization. As a summary of an AGCI meeting on the same topic, this report lays out a range of innovative solutions, such as drawing upon renewable energy sources, eliminating carbon emissions from fossil fuel combustion, and geoengineering the cl... View arrow
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AGCI ELEMENTS OF CHANGE REPORT (1997)

Planning for the U.S. National Assessment of the Consequences of Climate Change

The U.S. Global Change Research Program Act of 1990 requires the U.S. government to do periodic climate impact assessments of the United States. This Elements of Change report serves as a guide to help outline the content and approach taken for this important assessment. The content of this report reflects the discussions that took place at a 1997 AGCI meeting among federal agency representatives,... View arrow
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