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EPA's carbon metric may underestimate climate damage — at least for now
July 18, 2023

The social cost of carbon will likely rise as data on climate impacts improves, according to peer reviewers of a proposed EPA metric key to rulemaking

Michael Oppenheimer comments for E&ENews/…

You Think This Is Hot? A Conversation with Michael Oppenheimer and Mark Chambers
June 28, 2023

Interview by VitalCity: Two climate experts on how New Yorkers can stay safe and healthy in our ever more scalding future

Washington Post Live: How extreme weather events are testing disaster preparedness and resilience
June 28, 2023

Michael Oppenheimer (Princeton) and Alice Hill (Council on Foreign Relations) speak with Brady Dennis of The Washington Post.

Michael Oppenheimer discusses climate adaptation with the National Academies May 16, 2023
May 18, 2023

Michael Oppenheimer presented a lecture to the National Academies Committee on Science, Technology and Law on May 16th 2023.

Lecture slides from the talk are posted here.


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