Crowd-sourcing carbon pathways to 2050

I haven't tried it myself, but the new 2050 pathway calculator looks like a neat tool to stimulate reasonable public debate about climate trade-offs in the UK. Reminiscent of Chevron's Energyville, you input your choices for energy sources and see what the outcomes look like in 2050.

Via David MacKay, who also synthesizes the preferred pathways of eight expert panelists.
It's now open to the public to join in. In a couple more days, the opening panel will wrap up their conversation; it'll be interesting if they can achieve consensus on one or two pathways.
A promising experiment, and easily replicable in the U.S...

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