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WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE
THE COSTS OF CLIMATE PROTECTION:
A GUIDE FOR THE PERPLEXED
Each World Resources Institute Report represents a timely, scholarly treatment of a subject of public concera.
It also solicits and responds to the guidance of advisory panels and expert reviewers.
Copyright © 1997 World Resources Institute. All rights reserved.
3. MORE DETAIL ON THE KEY ASSUMPTIONS
A The Scope for Reducing Energy Inefficiencies.
1. Avoiding Other Environmental Damages. 4. TRADE AND EQUITY ISSUES
A. Trade Issues ..
1. Distributional Effects On Households
The authors wish to thank many people who helped with the research underlying this report but not to suggest that they bear any responsibility for its contents. Richard Goettle, Richard Richels, Hugh Pitcher, Jae Edmonds, Robert Shackleton, Mike Shelby, and John Weyant were extremely helpful with data and technical suggestions. We thank John Reilly, Tom Walton, Alan Miller, and an anonymous external reviewer for useful criticisms and comments on an earlier draft of the report. Similarly, we thank WRI colleagues Paul Faeth, Jim Mackenzie, Walt Reid, Jonathan Lash, and Liz Cook for their comments. Valuable assistance at various stages from Marca Hagenstad, Theresa Bradley, Maggie Powell, Hyacinth Billings, Carollyne Hutter, Beth Behrendt, and Beth Harvey is greatly appreciated.