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Number of references: 15

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Nordhaus, W.D. (2007). A Review of the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change. Journal of Economic Literature, 45:686–702.

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Pielke, R.A. (2007). Air Capture of Carbon Dioxide: Economic and Political Considerations. Mimeo, University of Colorado.

Stern, N. (2007). Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

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Velders, G.J.M., Anderson, S.O., Daniel, J.S., Fahey, D.W., and McFarland, M. (2007). The Importance of the Montreal Protocol in Protecting Climate. National Academy of Sciences, 104(12):4814–4819.

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