Breaking up is decreasingly hard to do

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A common concern of developed and developing countries has been that breaking up the 19th and 20th century association of economic development and fossil fuels will lead to GDP decline.  Referred to as “decoupling,” economists have warned that economic growth would decline as climate change policy made carbon more expensive. But last year the International Energy Agency (IEA) reported…
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