Title Carbon Management
 Collaborators David Keith (CMU), Ted Parson (Harvard), Ed Rubin (CMU)
 Keywords carbon management, sequestration, CO2 abatement policy, economics, political economy
 Abstract Recent work in carbon management (CM), the separation and sequestration of carbon from fossil-fuel combustion to reduce atmospheric CO2 emissions, has raised estimates of sequestration capacities and lowered estimates of costs, such that CM may offer substantial abatement possibilities more cheaply than non-fossil energy. CM's seeming technological and economic attractiveness has major implications for the political economy of abatement and the design of abatement policies. CM also carries novel environmental risks and raises serious inter-generational equity issues, which urgently require assessment..