Carbon price variations in 2°C scenarios explored

Guivarch, C. & Rogelj, J. ORCID: (2017). Carbon price variations in 2°C scenarios explored. Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition , USA.

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Clarify the variations in carbon prices found in mitigation scenarios that limit global mean surface temperature increase to below 2°C relative to preindustrial levels.

Integrated assessment models1 (IAM) are dominant tools for the development of long-term emissions scenarios in line with climate objectives. There is a large variety of IAMs and, together with variations in socioeconomic and technological assumptions, this variety results in important differences in model behavior. For the achievement of low emissions scenarios, models typically assume or produce an implicit shadow price for carbon or represent policy instruments, including carbon pricing. This briefing aims at exploring and understanding the variation in these carbon price estimates for stringent climate change mitigation scenarios.
The focus of this exercise will be on scenarios that limit global mean temperature surface increase (henceforth, warming) to below 2°C relative to preindustrial levels with a greater than 66% probability. This choice is driven by data availability for this particular temperature objective, and does not represent an official or scientific interpretation of the Paris Agreement long-term temperature goal. The assumption is that the qualitative insights would also to a

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Research Programs: Energy (ENE)
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Depositing User: Romeo Molina
Date Deposited: 22 Jun 2017 12:13
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2021 17:29

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