The slide show below is the PowerPoint presentation Dr. Karl Hausker mentioned on the May 18, 2018 Planet Philadelphia radio show interview with reporter Linda Rosenwein and host Kay Wood about a realistic route to reducing carbon emissions by 2050.
Dr. Karl Hausker is a Senior Fellow at the World Resources Institute’s Climate Program. He leads analysis and modeling of climate mitigation, electricity market design, and the social cost of carbon. He led the Risky Business study of clean energy scenarios for the U.S. and lectures widely on deep decarbonization. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, University of Pennsylvania. He has worked for three decades in the fields of climate change, energy, and environment in a career that has spanned legislative and executive branches, research institutions, NGOs, and consulting.
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