Economic methods are crucial for for both normative and descriptive assessments of Climate Engineering (both SRM and CDR). This session gives an overview of the current state of economic knowledge and offers room for discussing where the field should move from here.
Daniel Heyen is a postdoctoral researcher in environmental economics. He is based at the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics. His research focuses mainly on the role of uncertainty and learning in environmental decision-making and the intergenerational and strategic challenges raised by climate engineering technologies. Daniel holds a PhD in Economics from Heidelberg University.