excerpted from Nature's Price Tag
Recorded on July 2013

Are Environmental Actions Bad for the Economy?

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Larry Goulder and Tony Juniper respond to the notion that environmental actions are bad for the economy.  Goulder states that looking at the costs of environmental action in a broad sense shows that environmental actions are actually beneficial for the economy because they eliminate later repercussions.  Juniper says the key is getting those doing the environmental damage to pay for the costs of their polluting.

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Author, What Has Nature Done For Us? How Money Really Does Grow on Trees

Economics Professor, Stanford University