European climate finance- securing the best return
Guntram Wolff and
Georg Zachmann ()
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An extended version of this paper was presented at the ECOFIN meeting in Luxembourg on 11 September 2015. Click here to download it. The issue Combating climate change is perhaps the most formidable public policy challenge of our times. Unmitigated climate change will be irreversible. It will place significant costs on future generations, and expose them to unexplored risks. To mitigate climate change, global coordination is indispensable. European Union citizens...
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