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Natural capital in climate models

Matthew Agarwala and Diane Coyle ()

Nature Sustainability, 2021, vol. 4, issue 2, 81-82

Abstract: Models typically used to analyse climate–economy interactions have paradoxically ignored much of nature’s value. A new study explicitly addresses this issue and reveals feedback loops between nature and the climate system that make climate change more costly.

Date: 2021
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