Behavioral Economics, Neuroeconomics, and Climate Change Policy Baseline Review – CMB 2010 Report

This is a background paper by John Gowdy for the Garrison Institute’s Climate, Mind and Behavior Program, March 2010. “It has been suggested that public acceptance of the aggressive policies needed to mitigate the most serious damages from further climate change could be enhanced by a better understanding of the mental models people use to evaluate long term risks…”

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