Low-carbon payout

September 2014
New Scientist;9/13/2014, Vol. 223 Issue 2986, p6
The article reports that studies by the economic research organization Cambridge Econometrics and the Institute for Public Policy in London, England, found that efforts to reduce Great Britain's carbon dioxide emissions would improve the country's economy rather than hurt it.


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