Dutch paper supports early action to curb CO2
The arguments in favour of the Netherlands taking early action to cut carbon emissions are stronger than those in favour of delaying action, concludes a paper published today by the Dutch bureau of economic policy analysis. The paper's author, Henri de Groot, told ENDS Europe DAILY that early action would allow the Netherlands to get a head start in achieving the technological improvements that will be necessary to develop a lower carbon economy, while early carbon cuts could also avert climate change-related catastrophes. See press release.
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