Please note that the original “wedges” article published in 2004 showed seven wedges in the stabilization triangle. Seven was, at the time, to the nearest integer, the global CO2 emissions rate from fossil fuels and cement, in units of billions of tons of carbon per year. Note, tons of carbon, not tons of carbon dioxide. Since 2004, this rate has grown steadily and now (2022) probably corresponds to ten wedges (10 GtC/yr, which is equivalent to 37 GtCO2/yr).
- Wedges Reaffirmed
R. Socolow, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 2011.
- Climate Game Gives Real Options to Save World
- Stabilization Wedges: Solving the Climate Problem for the Next 50 Years with Current Technologies
S. Pacala and R. Socolow, Science, 2004.
- Solving the Climate Problem: Technologies for Curbing CO2 emissions
R. Socolow, R. Hotinski, J. Greenblatt, S. Pacala, Environment, 2004.
- Can We Bury Global Warming?
R. Socolow, Scientific American, 2005.
- A Plan to Keep Carbon in Check
R. Socolow and S. Pacala, Scientific American, 2006.