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Social cost of carbon

The “social cost of carbon” – which is the net positive or negative societal impact of using energy sources that emit carbon dioxide – is likely a net benefit. Imposing an economic penalty on proposed activities that emit carbon dioxide is counterproductive to human health and welfare.

Prince of Hypocrisy: Charles Racks Up Private Flight Miles, CO2 Emissions

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Prince Charles is fond of lecturing commoners about how we need to sacrifice our lifestyles to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, but he is dealing with a royal case of embarrassment after having been exposed hypocritically jaunting around the world in private jets and helicopters.

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