Energy policy: The rebound effect is overplayed

@article{Gillingham2013EnergyPT,
  title={Energy policy: The rebound effect is overplayed},
  author={Kenneth T. Gillingham and Matthew J. Kotchen and David S. Rapson and Gernot Wagner},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2013},
  volume={493},
  pages={475-476}
}
Increasing energy efficiency brings emissions savings. Claims that it backfires are a distraction, say Kenneth Gillingham and colleagues. 
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