Economists see benefits of limiting emissions, survey says

11/4/2009 | USA Today

More than 90% of economists participating in a recent survey said that the U.S. should participate in climate-change agreements aimed at curbing global warming. The survey, conducted by New York University's Institute for Policy Integrity, found that economists believe the benefits of limiting emissions justifies the costs. "We found that economists really see climate change poses a lot of risk to the economy," said Michael Livermore of NYU.

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