An ethical assessment of low carbon vehicles using cost benefit analysis

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Thomopoulos, Nikolas; Harrison, Gillian; (2016)

Global concerns about climate change, as confirmed at COP21, have led to lower carbon emissions environmental policies, particularly in the road transport sector. Through an empirical analysis of low carbon vehicle (LCV) policies in California, this paper contrasts the ... View more
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