by Jean-Charles Hourcade and Franck Nadaud

- This paper sheds light on an implicit dimension of the climate policy debate: the extent to which supply-side response (emission-reducing energy technologies) may substitute for the transformation of consumption behavior and thus help get around the…

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Source: Climate ChangeS

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