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Title   But Will the Planet Notice : How Smart Economics Can Save the World 

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Author   WAGNER Gernot  ISBN   9780809052073  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Hill & Wang Inc, Usa  Group   Commerce/Law View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Economics  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2011 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2011 
Subject   Development economics 
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Synopsis You are one of seven billion people on Earth. Put bluntly, whatever you do personally - eat tofu in a Hummer or hamburgers in a Prius - the planet doesn't care. Nor, for that matter, does the economy. And when confronting the entwined challenges of climate change, species preservation, and a planet going off the cliff, it is what several billion people do that makes a difference. The solution? Not scientists, not politicians, not activists. Cue the economists. The hope of mankind, and indeed of every living thing on the planet, is now in the hands of the masters of the dismal science. Fortunately, they've been there before, albeit on a much smaller scale. It was economists who solved acid rain in the 1990s, admittedly with a strong assist from a phalanx of lawyers and activists. Economists have helped get lead out of our gas, and they can explain why lobsters haven't disappeared off the coast of New England but tuna is on the verge of extinction. More disquietingly, they can take the lessons of the financial crisis and model with greater accuracy than anyone else the likelihood of environmental catastrophe, and they can rationalize the abandonment of threatened species. They can also solve the climate crisis, if only we let them.

Featured in the October 2011 Business newsletter.
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