Greenhouse gas removal technologies will play an important role in the UK’s net zero pathway, but it is unclear how they can be funded fairly. We assess four policy options and compare how the costs will fall to UK households.
Geoengineering can be defined as the technologies that aim to deliberately alter geophysical mechanisms in order to alleviate the impacts of climate change. It has received increasing attention by economists … read more »
Stratospheric injection of sulphate aerosols has been advocated as an emergency geoengineering measure to tackle dangerous climate change, or as a stop-gap until atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are reduced. But it may not prove to be the game-changer that some imagine. read more »