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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
Board on Environmental Change and Society
Board on Environmental Change and Society
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
Assessing Approaches to Updating the Social Cost of Carbon
Meeting # 3

November 13, 2015

Meeting Agenda


Damage Models for Existing Integrated Assessment Models
Kenneth Gillingham, Yale University – Damage Functions for Existing IAMs and Areas of Research
William Nordhaus, Yale University – Improving the damage portion of IAMs DICE Model
David Anthoff, University of California, Berkeley – FUND Model
Chris Hope, University of Cambridge – Modelling the Risks of Climate Change, PAGE Model

Current State of Evidence and Approaches, Options for Integration into IAMs
Leon Clarke, Pacific Northwest Laboratory – Higher Resolution IA Models
Sol Hsiang, University of California, Berkeley – Using Empirical Evidence to Calibrate Economic Models of Climate Change
Current State of Evidence and Approaches, Future Research Needs
Robert Mendelsohn, Yale University - Estimating the Social Cost of Carbon 
    (Presentation submitted to committee, but not presented at meeting)
John Reilly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Notes from Presentation
Wolfram Schlenker, Columbia University – Social Cost of Carbon: Agricultural Sector


Video files of the open session

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