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William D. Nordhaus, who was just named the winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in economics, on why agreements to slow global warming have failed https://t.co/nM6KRtaCfI pic.twitter.com/J9zUVrxCoG — The New York Review of Books (@nybooks) October 8, 2018 Excellent to see Nordhaus win the Nobel, but the pairing with the IPCC 1.5 degree report is a …

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After a natural disaster, both the economic and social fabric and the survival of individual employers each become weakest-shot public goods. The provision of these public goods temporarily depend by much more than is usual on the minimum individual contributions made – the weakest shots made for the common good. The supply of most public …

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https://www.facebook.com/101728306584541/photos/pb.101728306584541.-2207520000.1451871785./931219710302059/?type=3&theater These countries are leading the charge towards renewables https://t.co/TgODdKcx6k #energy #COP21 pic.twitter.com/F3JnhmEK0s — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 4, 2016

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I found the best writer on global warming to be Thomas Schelling. Schelling has been involved with the global warming debate since chairing a commission on the subject for President Carter in 1980. Schelling is an economist who specialises in strategy so he focuses on climate change as a bargaining problem. Schelling drew from his …

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