The Health Environment And Policy's Efforts

Are Featured In Scope Monthly

The Health, Environment, and Policy program’s participation in an updated economic model to estimate the damages of climate change is mentioned in Scope Monthly:

The ‘social cost of carbon’ is the economic damage in dollars that results from the emission of a single additional ton of carbon dioxide. A multiyear study by a host of research institutions, including the NYU Marron Institute, finds that every additional ton released into the atmosphere costs society $185—more than three times the federal estimate of $51 per ton.

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