Trump Steel Tariffs? Trade War? Good, Bad or Sad for Climate?

During the Great Depression in the 30s, CO2 emissions fell […]

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Climate State

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March 4, 2018

During the Great Depression in the 30s, CO2 emissions fell about 30 percent. However, the 2008 financial crisis only marginal affected CO2 emissions, followed by a sharp rise. Trade policies have been linked to the Great Depression. Could Trump Tariffs yield a similar outcome?

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