The Economics of Climate Change: 2nd Report of Session 2005-06

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The Stationery Office, Jul 6, 2005 - Business & Economics - 310 pages
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Contents

ORAL EVIDENCE
1
Sir John Houghton
15
Supplementary written evidence
33
Professor Richard Lindzen Massachusetts Institute of Technology
49
Professor Bjorn Lomborg University ofAarhus
63
Dr Terry Barker Cambridge University
78
Sir David King Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Government
96
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
120
Sir Ian Byatt
204
CSERGE the Centre for Social and Economic Research
211
Dr Indur M Goklany
217
Dr Cameron Hepburn
225
International Council for Capital Formation ICCF
233
Professor Angus Maddison
249
Dr David Maddison
256
Professor Ross McKitrick
262

Professor Dennis Anderson Imperial College
142
Oral evidence 8 March 2005
152
Professor Michael Grubb Imperial College
171
Professor Paul Ekins Policy Studies Institute
183
Written evidence 178
197
Professor NilsAxel Morner
269
Dr Peter Read
279
Research Councils UK
288
Professor S Fred Singer
306

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UK Parliament - PN060705EA
The report is published by the Stationery Office: The Economics of Climate Change, House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee, 2nd Report, Session 2005−06, ...
www.parliament.uk/ parliamentary_committees/ lords_press_notices/ pn060705ea.cfm

The Stationery Office Daily List no. 129, Thursday 7th July 2005
The economics of climate change 2nd report of session 2005-06. - Vol. 1: Report - Select Committee on Economic Affairs - Lord Wakeham (chairman). ...
www.tso.co.uk/ daily_list/ issues/ 2005/ dl129.htm