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Are We Underestimating the Costs of Climate Change?

by Kristen Sheeran • November 16, 2010 @ 1:07 pm

“A multi-agency effort to nail down the social cost of carbon emissions ignores wrenching climate impacts such as ocean acidification and makes efforts to curb emissions seem disproportionately expensive, economists say” (read the full article at  Scientific American)

Then read Ackerman and Stanton’s paper for E3 Network critiquing  the government’s interagency report on the social cost of carbon.


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