The social cost of carbon turns climate change into dollars

Surprisingly, the Supreme Court recently agreed that we could continue using carbon costs when drafting climate change fighting policies.

By Caitlin Looby
June 21, 2022
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Caitlin Looby

Caitlin Looby is the Great Lakes reporter at The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

 
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