Our colleague, Eban Goodstein, at Bard MBA in Sustainability presents Climate Change and the Economy: Sorting Fact from Fiction. The talk, sponsored by the Network for Responsible Public Policy and produced by Drew University, updates his book 1999 book, The Trade-off Myth: Facts and Fiction about Jobs and the Environment.
Climate investment and innovation is the single best way to jumpstart economic growth. As Goodstein explains: ‘the idea that climate action is somehow undercutting America’s economy lies behind the Trump Administration’s rollback of climate regulations.’ That’s a recipe for slowing down innovation and giving up our best opportunity to drive growth.
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Climate Change and the Economy: Sorting Fact from Fiction