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17:30 - 19:00 26 November 2013
Constraining the future: interpreting scenarios of the 21st century and beyond
UCL Energy Institute |
14 Upper Woburn Place | London | WC1H 0NN | United Kingdom
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Dr. Jason A. Lowe, Head of Mitigation Advice at the Met Office Hadley Centre and is a Met Office Science Fellow
Climate model projections of how the future climate will evolve over the next century enable us to consider a range of “what if” questions about both the role of scientific uncertainties and societal choices on issues such as future emissions of greenhouse gases and aerosols and their precursors. This seminar will consider recent simulations of the 21st century and the relative roles of climate system and socio-economic and technical constraints on determining the range of potential future pathways.
New developments in climate science will also be discussed, along with the opportunities these present for better integrated assessment.
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