How do you count carbon?

How do you count carbon?

Counting Carbon, originally published in The Scandinavian Economic History Review, explores one way of accounting for carbon debt, in which carbon dioxide is considered a stock pollutant that increases in cost with time. The paper closely examines the development of Britain and the United States of America since the onset of the industrial revolution and their impact on the current levels of carbon dioxide.

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