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    ‘US-China Carbon Deal to Prevent Interstellar Apocalypse’ – International Business Times

    The new Christopher Nolan sci-fi epic Interstellar that depicts the earth on the verge of environmental catastrophe, with a blight wiping out most of the planet’s crops and causing ominous dust storms, might have served as inspiration for US president Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping who have surprisingly agreed on a long-term plan to curb CO2 […]

    IdeasLab Presentation at the 8th Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin – World Economic Forum

    Oxford Martin School academics lead IdeasLab at World Economic Forum’s ‘Summer Davos’. Four Oxford Martin School academics conducted a lively interactive presentation at the World Economic Forum’s 8th Annual Meeting of the New Champions, held in Tianjin, People’s Republic of China, from 10-12 September 2014. Led by the School’s Director Professor Ian Goldin, they asked: What […]

    ‘Rain and Bamboo Shoots’ – Philippine Daily Inquirer

    Heavier and more frequent rains are likely to lash the Philippines in the years ahead, according to a joint study by scholars from Oxford University, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Philippine Institute of Development Studies (PIDS).  The study’s authors are the ADB’s Vinod Thomas, PIDS’ Jose Ramon Albert,  and Oxford’s Cameron Hepburn. ….. […]

    ‘Less Precision, More Truth’ Paper Published in Bank of England Conference Programme

    The Bank of England have published the programme from their April interdisciplinary workshop which was on the role of uncertainty in central bank policy. This features Cameron’s paper, ‘Less precision, more truth: uncertainty in climate economics and macroprudential policy’ which he wrote with Doyne Farmer. You can view the Bank of England complete workshop programme […]

    ‘Economists: Price and limit on carbon pollution needed now’ – WWF

    Fifty-nine leading economists united today in support of a price and limit on carbon pollution. In an open letter they urge all Members of Parliament and Senators to work towards lasting agreement on a fair, economically efficient and environmentally effective policy to price and limit carbon emissions … 2014 ECONOMISTS’ OPEN LETTER SUPPORTING A PRICE AND […]

    Financial Times – The Economics and Politics of Climate Change

    The Economics and Politics of Climate Change The United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen is almost upon us. Preparations for it have attracted unprecedented public debate on climate change and what should be done about it. There is always a long and unsteady bridge between the science underlying a problem and the economics […]


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