Pragmatic Program


□ Humanity can emit only so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere before the climate enters a state unknown in recent geologic history and goes haywire. Climate scientists typically see the risks growing rapidly as CO2 levels approach a doubling of their pre-18th-century value.

□ To make the problem manageable, the required reduction in emissions can be broken down into "wedges"—an incremental reduction of a size that matches available technology.

► Humanity faces a choice between two futures: doing nothing to curb emissions (which poses huge climate risks) and bringing them under control (which has costs but also benefits).

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