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Climate and Energy Economics Project

To respond to the need for objective and timely climate policy analysis, the Economic Studies program at Brookings has developed the Climate and Energy Economics Project. Our purpose is to develop and promote environmentally sound, economically efficient approaches to reducing human-induced risks to the earth’s climate. We focus on the economics of potential domestic cap-and-trade approaches and how U.S. commitments might play into a global agreement. The Climate and Energy Economics Project (CEEP) is led by co-directors Warwick McKibbin and Pete Wilcoxen, and also includesAdele Morris, policy director for CEEP. Contributors also include Economic Studies Co-Director Ted Gayer.

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