Climate and Energy Economics Project

The Climate and Energy Economics Project was created to develop and promote environmentally sound, economically efficient approaches to reducing human-induced risks to the earth’s climate. The Project ran from 1997 to 2021 and focused on the economics of potential domestic climate policies, how U.S. commitments might play into a global agreement, and the design of state-level carbon pricing policies. For more recent related research, please visit the Center on Regulation and Markets and Brookings Initiative on Climate Research and Action.

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