Monday 6 October 2014

Sam Bliss on the economics of saving the world

Grist published a nice article on this subject that I wrote about recently. They do it purely from a CO2 perspective, which should be enough to be convincing, but of course their case is only made stronger by the implicit strains that the current projections (world GDP to quadruple by 2050) would have on minerals, water, biodiversity...

It's an easy read and they provide all the links that I could not have time to chase. Go read it, it'll be a good use of your time.

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