“Economic Implications of Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions”

Jeff Kueter is president of the George C. Marshall Institute, a public policy institute focused on scientific issues with an impact on public policy. A scholar of environmental and energy policy, he has testified on both before the U.S. Congress, serves as a contributor for the print and television media, and is the author of analytical pieces exploring aspects of the climate change and energy policy debates. Focused on national security and the environment, Kueter manages the day-to-day operations of the George C. Marshall Institute, authors its policy papers and analyses, and engages the public and the policy making community. Through briefings to the press, publication programs, speaking tours and public forums, the institute provides assessments of scientific and technical issues having an impact on public policy.

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