Rich Country Climate Plans Threaten Economies in Developing Countries

Rich Country Climate Plans Threaten Economies in Developing Countries
A new report – Restricting Growth: The Impact of Industrialized Country Climate Strategies on the World’s Poor – reveals how proposals on land use and forestry advanced by industrialized countries will reduce economic growth in developing countries and while failing to reduce emissions. The report was released by World Growth, on the sidelines of the UNFCCC annual meeting in Durban.

Show Me The Money
While economies around the world take stock in the wake f a crippling recession, financing research into climate change has become a dueling ground. Lisa Palmer, a freelance journalist based near Washington DC looks at recent climate change science spending in the United States and the United Kingdom, and the trends in foundation grants and science collaborations with developing countries.

The curious case of the expanding environmental group with falling income
When Douglas Alexander travelled to New Delhi last September to announce Britain was presenting £10 million to the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), standing alongside him was an imposing, bearded figure, writes Christopher Booker and Richard North in Telegraph.

Collectivism, Climate Change, and Economic Freedom
It would probably turn out that if the necessary adjustments were allowed to be made, global warming, if it actually came, would prove highly beneficial to mankind on net balance, writes George Reisman.

Global Wealth Can Heal the Planet
Free-market nations are better at protecting their environments than statist regimes.By Jonah Goldberg

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