Joint EDF-NRDC-NYU-UCS comments on the importance and current shortcomings of the U.S. Social Cost of Carbon.
Full text: Joint Comments on the U.S. Social Cost of Carbon (January 15, 2016 update).
Cleetus, Rachel, Frank J. Convery, Jayni Hein, Peter H. Howard, Benjamin Longstreth, Nathaniel O. Keohane, Richard L. Revesz, Jason A. Schwartz, Thomas Sterner, Gernot Wagner, Peter Zalzal, “Comments on Proposed Exception to the Colorado Roadless Rule (RIN 0596-AD26) and Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (November 2015).” Comments submitted by Environmental Defense Fund, Institute for Policy Integrity at New York University School of Law, Natural Resources Defense Council, and Union of Concerned Scientists to the Forest Service, Council on Environmental Quality, and Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (January 15, 2016).
Ceronsky, Megan, Rachel Cleetus, Frank J. Convery, Peter H. Howard, Laurie T. Johnson, Nathaniel O. Keohane, Richard L. Revesz, Jason A. Schwartz, Thomas Sterner, and Gernot Wagner, “Joint Comments on the U.S. Social Cost of Carbon.” In response to Docket ID No. EPA-HQ-OAR-2013-0602, Clean Power Plan (December 1, 2014).
In February 2014, Environmental Defense Fund, together with the Climate Reality Project, Organizing for Action and Sierra Club delivered more than 120,000 citizen comments to the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in support of a strong Social Cost of Carbon (SCC).