Confronting climate gridlock : how diplomacy, technology, and policy can unlock a clean energy future / Daniel S. Cohan ; foreword by Michael E. Webber.
Cohan, Daniel S. author.
|Other author/creator||Webber, Michael E., 1971- writer of foreword.|
|Format||Book and Print|
|Publication Info||New Haven : Yale University Press, |
|Description||xvii, 236 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
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|Contents||Why Climate Gridlock? -- The Road to Paris -- The Road from Paris -- Pillars of Decarhonization -- Decarbonizing Electricity -- Power Shift -- Going Negative -- Confronting Policy Gridlock.|
|Summary||Atmospheric scientist and environmental engineering professor Daniel Cohan argues that escaping the gravest perils of climate change will first require American diplomacy, technological innovation, and policy to catalyze decarbonization globally. Combining his own expertise alongside insights from more than 100 interviews with diplomats, scholars, and clean-technology pioneers, Cohan identifies flaws in previous efforts to combat climate change. He highlights opportunities for more successful strategies, including international "climate clubs" and accelerated development of clean energy technologies. Grounded in history and emerging scholarship, this book offers a forward-looking vision of solutions to confronting climate gridlock and a clear-eyed recognition of the challenges to enacting them.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
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|Joyner||General Stacks||HD9502.5 .C542 C64 2022||✔ Available||Place Hold|