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Climate policy in light of climate science: the ICLIPS project


Climate policy in light of climate science: the ICLIPS project



Climatic Change 56(1/2): 7-36



ISSN/ISBN: 0165-0009

DOI: 10.1023/a:1021376128049

The paper introduces the Tolerable Windows Approach (TWA) as a decision analytical framework for addressing global climate change. It is implemented as an integrated assessment model (IAM) developed in the project on Integrated Assessment of Climate Protection Strategies (ICLIPS). The background and the main objectives of the project are described and its relationships to other current integrated assessment efforts are elucidated.

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