Green Industrial Policy Builds Support for Carbon Regulation
Journal article, Science
The gap is wide between the implications of climate science and the achievements of climate policy. Natural sciences tell us with increasing certainty that climate change is real, dangerous, and solvable; social sciences report that key constituencies largely support action. But current and planned policy remains weak and will allow a long-term increase in temperature of 3.6°C. How can we address the gap between science and policy?
Winning Coalitions for Climate Policy