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Energy, environmental, and agricultural economist John Reilly focuses on understanding the role of human activities as a contributor to global environmental change and the effects of environmental change on society and the economy. A key element of his work is the integration of economic models of the global economy as it represents human activity with models of biophysical systems including the ocean, atmosphere, and terrestrial vegetation. By understanding the complex interactions of human society with our planet, the goal is to aid in the design of policies that can effectively limit the contribution of human activity to environmental change, to facilitate adaptation to unavoidable change, and to understand the consequences of the deployment of large scale energy systems that will be needed to meet growing energy needs.
How Would Climate Change Influence Society in the 21st Century? (Panel)
as author at MIT World Series: Nobel Laureate Speakers,
together with: Rajendra K. Pachauri (moderator), Akimasa Sumi, Adil Najam, Howard Herzog, Michael W. Golay, William Moomaw, Andreas Fischlin,