By: Alan Manne and Richard Richels
192 pages, 68 Illus.
In recent years physical targets have been set internationally for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The author describes a model for determining the economic costs of limiting these emissions produced by burning fossil fuels, and provides an analytical base for rethinking public policy.
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