Robert Stavins

Harvard Kennedy School

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Professor of Business and Government at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he directs the Environmental Economics Program

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Expectations were low for the  latest Climate Change conference  with 200 countries in Lima, Peru.

Assessing the Outcome of the Climate Talks in Peru

Expectations were low for the latest Climate Change conference with 200 countries in Lima, Peru.

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