We study how to promote cooperation in collective risk dilemmas and public good games. In general, public good games comprise how different social actors either cooperate to sustain a public good or behave as a free rider, taking profit from the shared resource.

Averting catastrophic events often requires individuals to cooperate for the collective good [Ostrom10]. This is challenging in climate social dilemmas as there is a need for a contribution, tempting free-riders to take advantage on the efforts of others [Levin14].

The key element is balancing selfish interests and common good [Wang20]. An example when mitigating climate change is the decision of cutting carbon emissions, which is one of the most important applications of climate dilemmas [Chica22].