LOWERING CARBON INTENSITIES, NOT STANDARDS OF LIVING
|The Economics of Climate Regulatory Policy: Current Findings and Lessons from the Past|
Climate change policies all involve some form of regulatory change or intervention in the marketplace. Such interventions are often feared because they are new and different. Moreover, new regulations are frequently challenged on the basis of their apparent costs, especially by those representing the industries, activities, or markets to be regulated.
This webinar was the first in a planned year-long series of joint offerings on aspects of the economics of climate change sponsored by The E.P. Systems Group, Inc. and the Center for Climate Strategies. It addressed:
Presenters’ powerpoints are followed by the streaming video of the whole webinar with below.
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