Jorge Rogat

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Forty-nine experts from 18 industrial and developing countries met on 6 September 2001 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, to discuss the economic and public health impacts of air pollution, particularly with respect to assessing the public health benefits from technologies and policies that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Such measures would provide(More)
Environmental awareness among individuals has undoubtedly increased during the last decades, which can be clearly observed through individual behaviour. In spite of this, the benefits that environmental improvements bring about are seldom taken into account in economic analysis. This is mainly because of the difficulty faced when valuing intangible goods.(More)
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