HELIX research: Accounting for risk of tipping points implies increased carbon pricing

Accounting for the possibility of climate change tipping points in economic models leads to a substantial increase in the “optimal” carbon price, suggests a new paper published in Nature Climate Change, co-authored by HELIX researcher Tim Lenton. An overview of the study can be found at Carbon Brief

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