Paté-Cornell: Uncertainties in Global Climate Change Estimates

An essay in Climatic Change concludes

“When decisions need to be made along the way, based on partial and incomplete information for private purposes or public sector regulations, one does not have the luxury of taking the time to reach a complete, unquestioned consensus. In that case, the available information, imperfect as it is, must be synthesized at a particular stage to represent as closely as possible the state of knowledge at that time.”




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