Study calls climate change proposals harmful to developing countries

May 1997
Coal Age;May97, Vol. 102 Issue 5, p20
Trade Publication
Presents information on the economic effects of the global climate change policy on developing countries. Expected reductions in economic growth; Comments from David Montgomery of Charles River Associates; Information on the `World Economic Impact of U.S. Commitments to Medium Term Carbon Emissions Limits' report.


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