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Inês Azevedo, Michael Davidson, Jesse Jenkins, Valerie Karplus and David Victor jointly published a piece in Foreign Affairs on how new technologies can combat climate change

A wind farm near the Nufenen Pass, Switzerland, September 2016
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May 1 2020

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When it comes to the precise technological makeup of a future decarbonized economy, expert opinions diverge. Engineers and economists, for the most part, imagine solutions that bundle several approaches, with both CCS and nuclear power acting as important complements to renewables.Political scientists, on the other hand, tend to see a bigger role for renewables. For more on the authors: Inês Azevedo, Michael DavidsonJesse Jenkins, Valerie Karplus and David Victor.