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The two columns below show quotes (left column) from Sandy Adams paired with what the science says (right column). Click on text in right column for full details.


Quotes by Sandy Adams vs What the Science Says
"if [CO2 limits] had passed...do you think the economic damage created by that bill would have been worth the carbon emissions decrease it was estimated to have achieved?"
31 March 2011 (Source)

The benefits of a price on carbon outweigh the costs several times over.

"if we were in the US to bring our carbon emissions down to zero within 20 years, and invest all of this even though countries such as China and India and EU do not, there would not be much of a difference in what is going on today"
31 March 2011 (Source)

If every nation agrees to limit CO2 emissions, we can achieve significant cuts on a global scale.

"Does the so-called danger posed to the economy by not acting to reduce what some may call man-made effects on climate change outweigh the economic costs to the country?"
31 March 2011 (Source)

The benefits of a price on carbon outweigh the costs several times over.



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