With progress on reaching a global agreement on greenhouse gas emissions more or less stalled, what should we do now about climate change? Pretty much anything we can think of that meets the test of political reality and passes a benefit-cost test. That, in a nutshell, is the conclusion of 26 social scientists who met in October to honor Nobelist Tom Schelling under the auspices of the University of Manchester’s Sustainable Consumption Institute. We agree – which should be no surprise since one of us (Hahn) organized the conference and both of us signed the statement. Of course, our collective thoughts on the subject didn’t quite fit in a nutshell: Check out at the actual text, published as an open letter on VoxEU, the policy web portal of the Centre for Economic Policy Research.