The economics of carbon sequestrationBy
I’m going to be thinking more about the economics of climate change and the environment going forward. In that vein, I just saw an interesting post from Rob Stavins of the Kennedy School, summarizing the economics of carbon sequestration—that is, using forests as “biological scrubbers by removing (sequestering) CO2 from the atmosphere.”
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