Broadening the Use of the Social Cost of Greenhouse Gases in Federal Policy

While federal agencies and U.S. states have on occasion applied the social cost of greenhouse gas valuations to other areas, agency use of these valuations outside of regulatory cost-benefit analysis has been somewhat sporadic and limited. We highlight a number of areas in which the federal government should expand its application of the social cost of greenhouse gases.

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