December 1996

A new book published by the Competitive Enterprise Institute is available free of charge while supplies last. This book discusses what costs the Kyoto Treaty may bring to bear on the American people in an attempt to avert the uncertain problem of global warming. The book is a compilation of works by prominent experts on global climate change science, politics, and economics.

To get your free copy, print out this page, fill out the form, and mail it to the National Consumer Coalition, 1001 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 1128, Washington, DC 20036




The Costs of Kyoto

by William Yeatman on December 31, 1996

The Costs of Kyoto: Climate Change Policy and Its Implications, explores the economic and social costs of an international climate treaty, the scientific basis for a treaty, and the broader implications the global warming issue has for environmental policy in the United States and abroad. Taken as a whole, these essays demonstrate that the risks of global warming may be less than the risks imposed by global warming policy.