Edited By: JM Reilly and M Anderson
The prospect of global climate change raises questions about many serious problems, the most important of which may be economic in nature. This volume identifies the critical economic research issues related to global climate change and focuses on the economic and policy implications for forestry, agriculture and natural resources. Internationally known economists, scientists and policy analysts determine the biological sources of the emissions most responsible for climate change and the cost of controlling them, quantify the effects of climate change, and analyze the economic impact of climate change on agriculture and forestry.
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