Implications of delayed actions in addressing carbon dioxide emission reduction in the context of geo-engineering View Full Text


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2008-10-03

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O. Boucher, J. A. Lowe, C. D. Jones

ABSTRACT

Carbon dioxide emissions need to be reduced well below current emissions if atmospheric concentrations are to be stabilised at a level likely to avoid dangerous climate change. We investigate how delays in reducing CO2 emissions affect stabilisation scenarios leading to overshooting of a target concentration pathway. We show that if geo-engineering alone is used to compensate for the delay in reducing CO2 emissions, such an option needs to be sustained for centuries even though the period of overshooting emissions may only last for a few decades. If geo-engineering is used for a shorter period, it has to be associated with emission reductions significantly larger than those required to stabilise CO2 without overshooting the target. In the presence of a strong climate–carbon cycle feedback the required emission reductions are even more drastic. More... »

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261-273

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