Acting to reduce the severity of global warming has long been presented as an “either/or” problem, in which economic growth is sacrificed in order to address a massive environmental and development challenge

However, that appears to be changing in a big way, particularly with the U.N. Climate Summit in Paris, also known as COP21. That summit resulted in a historic global accord to cut emissions of greenhouse gases and send a signal to world economic markets that the end of fossil fuels is near

Researchers have found that the global warming economics conversation has flipped, with the issue now being seen as beneficial for the economy if it is addressed. Read more…

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