CO2 Benefits Far Outstrip Costs

March 2014
Investors Business Daily;3/20/2014, pA13
The Environmental Protection Agency and other government agencies say fossil fuel and carbon dioxide emissions cause "dangerous global warming." Their latest strategy for advancing this thesis involves estimating the "social cost of carbon" — monetized damages associated with alleged climate risks.


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