What economics has to say about saving the world. A whole lot.
- Gross Domestic Product: Grossly incomplete, but we can fix it
- Benefits of Clean Air and Water Dwarf Costs 10 to 1
- PlasTax: the best kind of nudge
- New York Times Sunday Dialogue: Tackling Global Warming
- Why does no one in Thailand recycle, Bangkok is a polluted mess, yet everyone uses CFLs?
- Nature: The rebound effect is overplayed
- Foreign Policy on “10 problems Obama could solve right now.” Mine: global warming.
- Foreign Policy: Why Bloomberg Endorsed Obama
- WSJ Review: This is what a ‘fat tail’ looks like.
- Geoengineering: ignore economics and governance at your peril
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- Coal adds $30/ton to GDP. Honest accounting would make it $15/ton, and that doesn't yet include pollution: http://t.co/SckwcL9F0Y 42 mins ago
- Time to bag the plastic, @nytrosenthal: http://t.co/uDw16Nv4QX Just do it smartly: tax, don't ban http://t.co/nBlrkrSdid @envdefensefund 15 hours ago
- Happy Friday! http://t.co/DJcqGTSnct 17 May 2013
- Gross Domestic Product: Grossly incomplete, but we can fix it http://t.co/CJwXF1yjIX via @EnvDefenseFund & @EnsiaMedia 17 May 2013
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