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Category Archives: Climate economics
Unilateral or Worldwide, Waxman-Markey Fails Standard Cost/Benefit Tests (CO2 “leakage” makes bad even worse)
Joseph Romm (Climate Progress): Costs of “Strong Climate Action” Negligible–(But does he understate IPCC’s cost estimate by 95%?)
Mark Mills: Prophet in His Own Time? (Validation of a new era of energy consumption)
High/Low: Is There Now Reasonable Agreement on the Costs and Benefits of Waxman-Markey?
Will Global Warming Make Future Generations Worse Off? (No, according to realistic analysis)
“EPA Recognizes Peril of Greenhouse Gases” (Houston Chronicle headline on endangerment finding indicative of alarmist bias)
Conference of the Century! (Fantasizing about a 350 ppm CO2 Cap)
CO2 Regulation under the Clean Air Act: Economic Train Wreck, Constitutional Crisis, Legislative Thuggery
Are Depressions “Green”?
Still Dreaming in California (all pain and no gain from carbon rationing policy)
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