The Government Role in Fostering Technology Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation
Premiere Date: 5/7/2012; 59 minutes

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Edward Rubin, Carnegie Mellon University, explores the role of government actions in fostering the technology innovations needed to address global climate change. Several key questions are addressed: What kinds of innovations are needed to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions? What do we know about the process of technology innovation? How do government actions influence that process? And, what types of policies can stimulate innovations that help mitigate climate change? (#23749)

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