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2022

References (7)

References published this year, ordered by earliest, online or print, publication date.

  1. Climate tipping points and expert judgment. WIREs Climate Change. 2022 Lam, Vincent, Majszak, Mason M.

    Abrupt changes & tipping points, Earth System Science, Expert judgement, Values

  2. (In)justice in modelled climate futures: A review of integrated assessment modelling critiques through a justice lens. Energy Research & Social Science. 2022 Rubiano Rivadeneira, Natalia, Carton, Wim

    Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs), Predictions and projections

  3. Whose climate intervention? Solar geoengineering, fractions of capital, and hegemonic strategy. Capital & Class. 2022 Surprise, Kevin, Sapinski, JP

    Climate-policy, Geoengineering, Solar Radiation Management (SRM)

  4. An ineffective antidote for hawkmoths. European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2022 Frigg, Roman, Smith, Leonard A.

    Hawkmoth effect, Reliability & uncertainty

  5. When is an ensemble like a sample? “Model-based” inferences in climate modeling. Synthese. 2022 Dethier, Corey

    Ensemble methods, Reliability & uncertainty

  6. Solar geoengineering: The case for an international non‐use agreement. WIREs Climate Change. 2022 Biermann, Frank, Oomen, Jeroen, Gupta, Aarti, Ali, Saleem H., Conca, Ken, Hajer, Maarten A., Kashwan, Prakash, Kotzé, Louis J., Leach, Melissa, Messner, Dirk, Okereke, Chukwumerije, Persson, Åsa, Potočnik, Janez, Schlosberg, David, Scobie, Michelle, VanDeveer, Stacy D.

    Geoengineering, Solar Radiation Management (SRM), Values

  7. The value of values in climate science. Nature Climate Change. 2022 Pulkkinen, Karoliina, Undorf, Sabine, Bender, Frida, Wikman-Svahn, Per, Doblas-Reyes, Francisco, Flynn, Clare, Hegerl, Gabriele C., Jönsson, Aiden, Leung, Gah-Kai, Roussos, Joe, Shepherd, Theodore G., Thompson, Erica

    Value-free ideal, Values

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    One of the first papers outside the philosophy of science literature explicitly acknowledging the role of non-epistemic values in climate science and climate modelling.