SRM on the Table: The Role of Geoengineering for the
22 August 2023
SRM on the Table: The Role of Geoengineering for the Stability and Effectiveness of Climate Coalitions 2 SRM on the Table: the Role of Geoengineering for the Stability and Effectiveness of Climate Coalitions Piergiuseppe Pezzoli ∗1, Johannes Emmerling †1, and Massimo Tavoni ‡1,2 1RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment (EIEE),. [...] This process involved simulating a new set of coalitions for each possible MWC, with non-members added one at a time, and then comparing the new utilities of all the old members and the new joiner with the ones they had with the initial minimal coalition structure.. [...] Note that, owing to the imposed constraint of minimality and the prerequisite of power for SRM, the availability of geoengineering is exclusively limited to the initial MWC, similar to before. [...] The variability we see in the results is, as before, strictly related to the variance of the SRM deployment in the various cooperation scenarios. [...] 7 Supplementary information The model code and data for the RICE50+ model including the SRM module is available at https: //github.com/witch-team/RICE50xmodel The results files and code for the analysis and figures is available at .