CSER’s Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta and Lord Martin Rees have both made expert contributions to a recently released risk assessment report on climate change.
Commissioned by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and edited and produced by the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) at the University of Cambridge the report has been compiled as an independent contribution to the climate change debate. It “argues that the risks of climate change should be assessed in the same way as risks to national security, financial stability, or public health. That means we should concentrate especially on understanding what is the worst that could happen, and how likely that might be”.
Read the full report here.