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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

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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