The Unequal Burden of Rising Temperatures: How Can Low-Income Countries Cope?

2019-03-15T15:24:45-04:00September 27, 2017|

By Sebastian Acevedo, Mico Mrkaic, Evgenia Pugacheva, and Petia Topalova

September 27, 2017

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The Earth’s temperature is rising. This will shape the economic future of communities across the globe (photo: Leolintang/iStock by GettyImages).

The Earth’s temperature is rising and its climate is changing. The increase in temperatures will shape the economic future of communities and countries across […]

Countries Are Signing Up for Sizeable Carbon Prices

2019-03-27T09:57:28-04:00April 21, 2016|

Ian Parry-IMFBy Ian Parry

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With global leaders set to start signing the landmark Paris Agreement on climate change tomorrow—April 22 is Earth Day—at the United Nations in New York, countries will embark on the potentially difficult and contentious issue of setting prices for greenhouse gas emissions, most importantly carbon dioxide (CO2). Our back of the envelope calculations show that most large emitters will need to charge anywhere from $50 to $100 per ton or more (in current […]

For Your Eyes Only: Three Jobs Not to Defer in 2013

2017-04-15T14:00:06-04:00January 2, 2013|

Beyond our current economic and financial problems, there are long-term issues that we all know about, but that get too little attention in an era when policymakers are so fully engaged in slogging away at more immediate problems. Unfortunately, long-term issues unaddressed today will become crises tomorrow.
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