Slowing climate change will cost countries $10 trillion, study says

10/6/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

Countries must take more aggressive steps to reduce carbon emissions and increase spending on clean-energy programs in order to slow climate change, according to a group that advises nations on energy issues. A recent report by the International Energy Agency found that countries must invest $10 trillion in carbon-abatement technology during the next two decades to limit increases in Earth's temperature.

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