Over on E&E News, reporter Darren Samuelsohn has a fantastic special report on the much-ballyhooed "climate stabilization wedges" notion made famous by Princeton professors Robert Socolow and Stephen Pacala. This is something you’ll be hearing a lot more about in coming weeks and months; if you need a quick, digestible primer on what wedges are, what purpose they serve, what criticisms they face, etc., you couldn’t do better.

There’s lots to like about the notion, but my favorite thing is that they work against the tendency among the public and policymakers alike to look for one silver bullet to beat the climate crisis. It is, in the famous words of somebody I can’t remember now, better to think in terms of silver buckshot.