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Gernot Wagner has achieved the impossible. The Harvard-trained economist, young father, and EDF staff expert published an enjoyable book about the economics of global warming.

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Susanne Brooks Susanne Brooks Senior Manager, Office of Economic Policy and Analysis Areas of expertise: Climate change, energy, environmental markets Contact Susanne

Jonathan Camuzeaux Jonathan Camuzeaux Economic Policy Analyst Areas of expertise: Climate change, energy, environmental markets Contact Jonathan

Jeremy Proville Jeremy Proville Senior GIS Specialist & Economic Analyst Areas of expertise: Climate change, energy, environmental markets, land use, agriculture Contact Jeremy

Beia Spiller Beia Spiller, Ph.D Economist Areas of expertise: Climate change, energy, environmental markets, transportation, shale gas Contact Beia

Thomas Sterner Thomas Sterner, Ph.D Visiting Chief Economist Areas of expertise: Climate change, energy, environmental markets Contact Thomas

Gernot Wagner, Ph.D. Gernot Wagner, Ph.DLead Senior Economist Areas of expertise: Climate change, energy, environmental markets Contact Gernot

 

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