"Estimating a Social Cost of Carbon for Global Energy Consumption"

May 11, 2020
Tamma Carleton
Tamma Carleton (University of Chicago)

The Harvard Environmental Economics Program co-hosted, along with our colleagues at Yale University and the University of California at Berkeley, a presentation based on a paper by Tamma Carleton (University of California at Berkeley) et al. (A full list of authors is below). The paper, "Estimating a Social Cost of Carbon for Global Energy Consumption” was presented by Tamma Carleton over video conference on Wednesday, May 6. A captioned recording of the presentation is available here.  Slides used by Carleton can be found here. 

Additional authors include members of the Climate Impact Group from UC Berkeley, University of Chicago, Rutgers, and the Rhodium Group: Ashwin Rode, Michael Delgado, Michael Greenstone, Trevor Houser, Solomon Hsiang, Andrew Hultgren, Amir Jina, Robert Kopp, Kelly McCusker, Ishan Nath, James Rising, Justin Simcock, and Jiacan Yuan. 

Recordings and presentations from all of the seminars in this series are here.

See also: 2020