The crux of the climate issue: China

It's nice to see Paul Krugman write more about climate change.

True to form, his column today incisively cuts to the heart of the biggest challenge, in this case what to do about growing emissions from China.

It also made me think of a colleague Max Auffhammer who, along with Richad Carson, was first to sound the alarm that CO2 emissions in China were growing far faster than most had thought.

This is going to be a long and difficult road.

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