This article was first published in Planning on 1 December 2006, and is reproduced by kind permission of Haymarket
Wednesday, 26 April 2017 10:29
The Stern report 2006: an economic case for action on climate changeWritten by Cliff Hague
The Stern Report in 2006 seemed to signal a shift in attitudes to climate change. The article imagines a discussion between a Treasury mandarin and a businessman. Would this case convince Donald Trump or big business today?
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