UCLA Special Programs

A flawed cost/benefit study of a greener California


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Matthew Kahn, a lead profession of the UCLA Sustainability and Corporate Leadership Program (www.specialprograms.ucla.edu/), commented on AB32 in LA Times The stakes are huge when it comes to regulating the use of fossil fuels in California. We need serious, credible analyses in order to understand the economic effects of new laws and proposed legislation. Unfortunately, in California, one highly flawed estimate of costs to consumers and small businesses is distorting the debate. To read the full article in the Los Angeles Times by Matt Kahn and James L. Sweeney, visit http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-sweeney24-2010mar24,0,4117444.story.

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