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Smaller human population in 2100 could importantly reduce the risk of climate catastrophe

Research, Environment1 min read

Authors: Dean Spears

Published in: Proceedings of the national academy of sciences

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Abstract:

This letter explores whether the effects of a counterfactual reduction in the size of the 2100 population by 1 billion have important consequences for wellbeing because of effects on climate change?

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