Why energy giants care about the "social cost of carbon"

08/6/2013 | Hill, The

Oil and coal giants are starting to lobby lawmakers about the "social cost of carbon" metric, which uses climate-related factors such as declining agricultural productivity to estimate harm from carbon emissions. This suggests energy companies are concerned the Obama administration could use the metric to justify taking a harder line on carbon emissions, Ben Geman writes.

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