2 thoughts on “Warmists Wonder: Can social cost of carbon be used to stop the Keystone XL?”

  1. Here’s an analysis of SCC:

    “The White House recently released an update of its Working Group’s estimates of the so-called “social cost of carbon” (SCC). The relevant figures, which will guide federal regulatory decisions, have in some cases more than doubled in just three years. In this post I’ll show just how dubious these moves are, and that there is little “science” behind the whopping numbers.”


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