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Author: Erik Arrhenius
Publisher: World Bank (May 1, 1990)
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Arrhenius, E. & Waltz, . The Greenhouse Effect: Implications For Economic Development," World Bank - Discussion Papers 78, World Bank. Handle: RePEc:fth:wobadi:78.

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Recent World Bank Discussion Papers. No. 78 The Greenhouse Effect: Implicationlsfor Economic Development. Erik Arrhenius and Thomnas W. Waltz

Recent World Bank Discussion Papers. 66 Ilustrative Effects of Voluntary Debt and Debt Service Reduction. Waltz. 79 Analyzing Taxes on Business Inapme uith the Marginal. Effective Tax Rate Model.

Erik Arrhenius and W. Waltz Thomas, The Greenhouse Effect: Implications for Economic Development, World Bank discussion paper No. 78, The World Bank: Washington DC, 1990, p. oogle Scholar. Erskine Childers refers to a proposal made by a British MP in the House of Commons in September 1989 that Brazil’s forests be placed under UN trusteeship: Erskine Childers, ‘The Future of the United Nations: The Challenges of the 1990s’, Bulletin of Peace Proposals 21(2) (1990) p. 14. 15. World Commission on Environment and Development, Our Common Future, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987, p. 2.

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Its main thesis is that economic benefits result from investments in infrastructure only to the extent that they generate a sustainable flow of services valued by users.

Among other things, this illustrates the positive effect of innova-tion and investment incentives.

From Riches to Rags? Stranded Assets and the Governance Implications for the Fossil Fuel Sector Balancing development and climate action requires a strategic vision for the socio-economic develop-ment of countries most at risk. In this regard, reducing path dependencies that support high-risk, high-carbon development models is essential. Among other things, this illustrates the positive effect of innova-tion and investment incentives. In this scenario, the ­average added economic growth for the G20 surpasses the decline in growth caused by higher energy prices, stranded assets and regulatory intervention (red bars).