10 Cool Global Warming Policies

Policy Reports | Global Warming

No. 321
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
by Iain Murray and H. Sterling Burnett

Global warming is a reality. But whether it is a serious problem — and whether emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases from human fossil fuel use are the principal cause — are uncertain. The current debate over the U. S. response to climate change centers on greenhouse gas emissions reduction policies, which are likely to impose substantially higher costs to society than global warming might.

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