Researchers explore the use of decision pathways to inform climate engineering policies

(—The acceleration of anthropogenic climate change has increased the urgency of calls for technological approaches to the problem. It’s a global challenge at a scale requiring the mobilization of resources that only nation states are capable of, and public input into policies related to mitigating climate change is particularly important. Traditional survey techniques provide a snapshot of public opinion from which policymakers can draw conclusions, but such surveys have inherent limitations because people use a variety of mental models to interpret information and make sense of policy options. —> Read More