Examines U.S. government estimates of the value of temporarily capturing carbon, based on social cost -- damage from emissions -- and its implications for designing climate policy related to greenhouse gas accounting and biological offsets.
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Title: The Time Value of Carbon and Carbon Storage: Clarifying the Terms and the Policy Implications of the Debate
Publication date 2010-11-03
Publication Year 2010
, Liz Marshall
World Resources Institute (WRI)
North America / United States
, social cost
, temporary storage
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