MIT Technology Review · 2024

Solar geoengineering could start soon if it starts small

David W. Keith, Wake Smith

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Climate Policy · 2024

The value of information about solar geoengineering and the two-sided cost of bias

Anthony R. Harding, Mariia Belaia, and David W. Keith

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Science · 2024

Social science research to inform solar geoengineering: What are the benefits and drawbacks, and for whom?

Joseph E. Aldy, Tyler Felgenhauer, William A. Pizer, Massimo Tavoni, Mariia Belaia, Mark E. Borsuk, Arunabha Ghosh, Garth Heutel, Daniel Heyen, Joshua Horton, David Keith, Christine Merk, Juan Moreno-Cruz, Jesse L. Reynolds, Katharine Ricke, Wilfried Rickels, Soheil Shayegh, Wake Smith, Simone Tilmes, Gernot Wagner, Jonathan B. Wiener

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Science · 2024

Toward constructive disagreement about geoengineering: A shared taxonomy of concerns may help

David W. Keith

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Environmental Research Communications · 2024

Heat has larger impacts on labor in poorer areas

A. P. Behrer, R. J. Park, G. Wagner, C. M. Golja, and D. W. Keith

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Climate Change Economics · 2024

Optimal climate policy in 3D: mitigation, carbon removal, and solar geoengineering

Mariia Belaia, Juan B. Moreno-Cruz, and David W. Keith

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Environmental Politics · 2024

Solar geoengineering research on the U.S. policy agenda: when might its time come?

Tyler Felgenhauer, Joshua Horton and David Keith

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Humanities and Social Sciences Communications · 2024

Elicitation of US and Chinese expert judgments show consistent views on solar geoengineering

Zhen Dai, Elizabeth T. Burns, Peter J. Irvine, Dustin H. Tingley, Jianhua Xu and David W. Keith

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Policy Exchange · 2024

The US Can’t Go It Alone on Solar Geoengineering

Peter Irvine and David Keith

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