Carbon Mitigation Initiative
CMI

Outreach Programs

The Carbon Mitigation Initiative's (CMI) is committed to the dissemination of its research findings so that they may be of benefit to the larger scientific community, government, industry and the general public.

Seminars & Conferences

CMI researchers frequently present at national and international conferences and participate in public outreach events.

Selected CMI Policy & Outreach Papers

wedges

Stabilization Wedges

A simple framework for understanding both the carbon emissions cuts needed to avoid dramatic climate change and the tools already available to do so. More >>


individual emissions cap

One Billion High Emitters

A proposal to create an agreement that assigns fair emissions targets to all nations.
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special reports

Special Reports

A collection of special reports including national studies of climate change and energy technology strategy published in collaboration with CMI researchers. More >>

Educational Outreach

Steve Pacala

Pacala and Socolow on Clean Energy

Stephen Pacala and Robert Socolow discuss the Carbon Wedges in NOVA documentary on clean energy.
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www.know-the-number.com

Our Climate is Changing!
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Real-Time Carbon Counter Launched
by Deutsche Bank in New York City - June 2009

Robert Socolow contributes to the development of carbon counter displaying greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. More >>


BP Antarctica expedition

BP Antarctica Expedition - March 2009

BP sponsored a student expedition to Antarctica led by the polar explorer Robert Swan, founder of the organization 2041. More >>
Climate Central

Climate Central

CMI Staff are also involved with Climate Central, a new nonprofit science and media organization created to provide clear and objective information about climate change and its potential solutions. More >>

 
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Last update: October 26 2011
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