Gregory, Robin; et al. (2016): Using decision pathway surveys to inform climate engineering policy choices
Gregory, Robin; Satterfield, Terre; Hasell, Ariel (2016): Using decision pathway surveys to inform climate engineering policy choices. In Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, p. 201508896–201508896. DOI 10.1073/pnas.1508896113.
“New methods such as decision pathway surveys may offer important insights for policy makers by capturing much of the depth and reasoning of small-group deliberations while meeting standard survey goals including large-sample stakeholder engagement. Pathway surveys also can help participants to deepen their factual knowledge base and arrive at a more complete understanding of their own values as they apply to proposed policy alternatives. The pathway results indicate more fully the conditional and context-specific nature of support for several “upstream” climate interventions, including solar radiation management techniques and carbon dioxide removal technologies.”