Kate Ricke is a climate scientist who integrates tools from the physical and social sciences to analyze climate policy problems. Central to her work is accounting for uncertainty and heterogeneity — both in the effects of climate change and in preferences for how to address them. Her current research includes topics ranging from the regional climate effects and international relations implications of solar geo-engineering to decadal climate variability’s influence on international climate agreements. Her group works on projects on climate geoengineering technologies and impacts, human migration, economic impacts of climate change.
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