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Full Title: Developing a Social Cost of Carbon for US Regulatory Analysis: A Methodology and Interpretation Author(s): Michael Greenstone, Elizabeth Kopits, and Ann Wolverton Publisher(s): Review of Environmental Economics and Policy Publication Date: 1/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: This article...
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Full Title: Energy Policy and the Social Discount Rate Author(s): J. Paul Kelleher Publisher(s): Ethics, Policy and Environment Publication Date: 3/2012 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: Recent debates over the economics of climate change underscore the importance of...
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Full Title: Technical Support Document: Social Cost of Carbon for Regulatory Impact Analysis Under Executive Order 12866 Author(s): Interagency Working Group on Social Cost of Carbon, United States Government Publisher(s): Interagency Working...
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Full Title: Technical Support Document: Technical Update of the Social Cost of Carbon for Regulatory Impact Analysis Under Executive Order 12866 Author(s): Interagency Working Group on Social Cost of Carbon, United...
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Full Title: The social cost of carbon: implications for modernizing our electricity system Author(s): Laurie T. Johnson & Starla Yeh & Chris Hope Publisher(s): Journal Environmental Studies and Sciences Publication Date: 9/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt):  The...
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Full Title: The Social Cost of Carbon: Some Surprising Facts Author(s): Robert P. Murphy Publisher(s): IER Publication Date: 7/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: This paper argues that the quantitative estimates of the social cost of carbon (SCC) are extremely significant. The...
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According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the Social Cost of Carbon (SCC) is supposed to be "An estimate of the economic damages associated with a small increase in carbon dioxide...
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