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Climate Change Economics: Commemoration Of Nobel Prize For William Nordhaus
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Towards Efficient Regulation Of Air Pollution From Coal-fired Power Plants
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Originally published in 1979, this book discusses the model developed to deal with air pollution from coal fired power plants, but it broadly also illustrates how available scientific information can be organized to improve our understanding of pollution control.…
Climate Change and Forest Resources

Climate Change and Forest Resources

by Brent Sohngen

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|This title releases July 31, 2025

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There is growing evidence that even if modest control policies are adopted, increasing greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere will lead to global warming over the next century and beyond. This is expected to have profound effects on the location and productivity…
Using Marginal Damages in Environmental Policy: A Study of Air Pollution in the United States
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This technical volume makes the case that air pollution policy in the United States can be improved through consideration of both the marginal abatement costs facing regulated sources, and the marginal damages associated with their emissions. The preferred…
Greening Of Global Warming

Greening Of Global Warming

by Robert O. Mendelsohn

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|January 1, 1999

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Robert Mendelsohn contends that the results of recent research on the impacts of climate change dramatically weaken the case for expensive, near-term abatement programs.
Using Marginal Damages in Environmental Policy: A Study of Air Pollution in the United States
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This technical volume makes the case that air pollution policy in the United States can be improved through consideration of both the marginal abatement costs facing regulated sources, and the marginal damages associated with their emissions. The preferred…