GDP growth grid (for the historical range of US GDP growth): long term survival of the US economy depends on the US adopting actions in support of (or equivalent to) the Paris Climate Agreement, but not at any cost.

The Congressional Budget Office is half right… but also half wrong

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In being half wrong, the CBO imperils the US economy. Climate change costs may be relatively small today but like the Boiled Frog Syndrome if and when the costs grow it will be too late to do anything. The Trump Administration should accept the climate science and start addressing the issue realistically. There need be […]

The Congressional Budget Office is half right… but also half wrong was last modified: January 2nd, 2019 by Bruce Menzies
For global GDP to survive requires both China and the United States to balance growth ambitions with the destructive effects of climate change.

Climate change ‘will inflict substantial damages on US lives’

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After the recent release of the 4th US National Climate Assessment, detailing climate change impact ‘will inflict substantial damages on US lives‘, our new financial impact focused report shows two thirds of all US GDP growth scenarios are predicted to be in serious decline by 2100 as a result of the effects of climate change. […]

Climate change ‘will inflict substantial damages on US lives’ was last modified: December 6th, 2018 by admin
For global GDP to survive requires both China and the United States to balance growth ambitions with the destructive effects of climate change.

New study shows multiple, ruinous impacts of Climate Change on global GDP, country by country – some within a generation

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By 2100, two thirds of all US GDP growth scenarios are predicted to have collapsed or be in the process of collapse. For China, all scenarios grow. On 8th October 2018, Professors William Nordhaus and Paul Romer were awarded the Nobel Prize for their work on economic growth and climate change. The UN IPCC’s landmark […]

New study shows multiple, ruinous impacts of Climate Change on global GDP, country by country – some within a generation was last modified: November 4th, 2018 by Bruce Menzies

A new carbon pricing methodology closely fits a major US study

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An algorithm-based calculation of the economic damage from climate change compares well with a study led by Prof. Solomon Hsiang of the University of California at Berkeley. A new carbon pricing methodology closely fits a major US study was last modified: January 2nd, 2019 by Bruce Menzies

A new carbon pricing methodology closely fits a major US study was last modified: January 2nd, 2019 by Bruce Menzies