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Energy Subsidies Undermine Climate Policies.  Cutting Subsidies will lower emissions, says agency.  (Winter 1999-2000).

Without Oil Crisis, Fuel Economy Declines.  (December 1998)

US Officials Outline Treaty's Economic Impacts.  But opponents insist on more details.  (July 1998)

Divergent Paths.  Economic growth vs. carbon emissions.  (Fall 1999)

Jobs and Climate.  The labor impacts of climate policies.  (July 1998)

Canadians Quantify Economic Impact of Ozone Protection.  Net-benefits of $224 billion expected from 1987 through-2060.  (September 1997)
The Costs of Climate Protection.  "A guide for the perplexed." (September 1997)

Economists Call for Market-Based Policies to Slow Climate Change.  (May 1997)

Lower Subsidies Can Help Economy While Reducing Emissions.  Removal of transportation subsidies found "most attractive." (October 1995).