The Social Cost of Carbon (SCC) is estimated by integrated assessment models (IAM) and is widely used by government agencies to value climate impacts. While there is an ongoing scientific debate about the obtained numerical estimates and related uncertainties, relatively little attention has been paid so far to the SCC calculation method itself.
Sustainable pathways towards climate and biodiversity goals in the UK: the importance of managing land-use synergies and trade-offs
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