marginal costs of mitigation


marginal mitigation costs


Mitigation (of disaster risk and disaster) is the lessening of the potential adverse impacts of physical hazards (including those that are human-induced) through actions that reduce hazard, exposure, and vulnerability; mitigation (of climate change) is a human intervention to reduce the sources or enhance the sinks of greenhouse gases - marginal costs have to be considered when calculating and estimating the economics of adaptation - these would be costs outside of the direct strategy itself but should be considered (IPCC-SREX, 2014)

Broader terms

mitigation costs