Beyond the Wall of Scarcity
Systemic climate change risk is not taken into account by Hotelling rents, which traditionally price the scarcity of natural resources, thereby compelling economic agents to constantly push back the wall of scarcity. In concrete terms, this means that economic decisions do not at present incorporate the value associated with the climate’s regulatory function.
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