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A balance of bottom-up and top-down in linking climate policies

Neither extreme is desirable.

“Risky Business” stands out in growing sea of climate reports

Lessons in managing climate risks from some most familiar with financial ones

Cleaner air gave Americans a $4,300 pay raise

There's no such thing as a free lunch, but sometimes you are paid to eat it.

Carbon pricing vs. regulation: An economist weighs in

Price carbon, and get out of the way. It's effective. It’s cheap. It works. Except for when politics gets in the way.

Pay Now or Pay More Later

Economics is largely just organized common sense, and it doesn’t get much more common sense than benefit-cost analysis.

Yale Law School

Lecture on U.S. Social Cost of Carbon

Reality check: Society pays for carbon pollution and that's no benefit

Coal lobby speaks, industry no longer listens

Uncovering the Real Cost of Carbon

The U.S. government's calculation is a good start, but it's only a start

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