Climate Matters: Scientist Stories
Scientists describe what climate change means to them, their work and their world.
Dr. Jay S. Gregg
Scientist for Integrated Modeling of Energy Systems, Costs and Climate Policies
Risø DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Denmark
Avoiding and adapting to human-caused climate change is possibly the greatest challenge we have ever faced as a species. But it also gives us the opportunity to envision a different possible future - a future in which we produce energy and food sustainably, and our economic activity is more in balance with the global environment. I look for ways we can produce bio-energy in economical and environmentally friendly ways, and try to understand the potential effects this will have on different areas of the world over the next century.
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