Tom Schelling's Reflections on Geoengineering (20 Nov 2006)
On the morning of 20 Nov 2006, Nobel Prize-winning economist Tom Schelling visited Carnegie Institution's Dept. of Global Ecology on the Stanford campus. He gave an informal talk, reflecting on geoengineering.
This talk was recorded by Geoff Brady of Pacifica radio and is about 32 minutes long.
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In the beginning of Tom Schelling's talk, he uses the names Lowell, David, and Ken. He is referring to Lowell Wood, David Keith, and Ken Caldeira. Thanks to Geoff Brady and Tom Schelling for permission to post this talk on the web.