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Saving the World with Economics?


You may be already driving less, recycling and using your own grocery bags, but what bigger-picture actions will it take to save our planet? We’ll find out this hour with Gernot Wagner, economist at the Environmental Defense Fund and author of the new book But Will the Planet Notice?: How Smart Economics Can Save the World (Hill and Wang, 2011).

NYT op-ed by Gernot Wagner

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