Beyond the Green Bubble

Authors

  • Reid Lifset


  • establishing a price for carbon (directly or indirectly) is a key element in sustaining gains made during the green bubble. In this way, the possibility of severe impacts of climate change would translate into something tangible in the everyday lives of the general public, limiting the “down” in Downs's (1972) fabled “Up and Down.

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