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“We Are All Lukewarmists”

In his keynote at the University of Michigan Energy Institute’s symposium on nuclear power (and in the ensuing panel discussion), Ted Nordhaus makes the claim that “we are all lukewarmists.” Barring the rapid deployment of advanced, disruptive technologies, in other words, an inevitable rise in temperatures lies ahead. So where does that leave us? With an adjusted stance toward future projections and present decarbonizing technologies—the whole suite of them—for one.
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