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Let Them Eat Carbon: The Price of Failing Climate Change Policies, and How Governments and Big Business Profit From Them [Paperback]

Matthew Sinclair
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This book offers a great insight into the increasingly important but poorly understood world of climate change policy. Anyone who wants to understand how they are affected, and what can be done about the gross failure and exorbitant cost of politicians attempts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, will find it invaluable. --Lord Lawson, author of An Appeal to Reason

"A terrifically well-researched, well-argued and persuasive exposition of the huge economic and personal costs of our current energy policy. Read it. And heed it. --Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group; former Head of the Policy Unit, Institute of Directors

"A terrifically well-researched, well-argued and persuasive exposition of the huge economic and personal costs of our current energy policy. Read it. And heed it. --Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group; former Head of the Policy Unit, Institute of Directors

This book offers a great insight into the increasingly important but poorly understood world of climate change policy. Anyone who wants to understand how they are affected, and what can be done about the gross failure and exorbitant cost of politicians attempts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, will find it invaluable. --Lord Lawson, author of An Appeal to Reason

"A terrifically well-researched, well-argued and persuasive exposition of the huge economic and personal costs of our current energy policy. Read it. And heed it. --Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group; former Head of the Policy Unit, Institute of Directors

This book offers a great insight into the increasingly important but poorly understood world of climate change policy. Anyone who wants to understand how they are affected, and what can be done about the gross failure and exorbitant cost of politicians attempts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, will find it invaluable. --Lord Lawson, author of An Appeal to Reason

"A terrifically well-researched, well-argued and persuasive exposition of the huge economic and personal costs of our current energy policy. Read it. And heed it. --Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group; former Head of the Policy Unit, Institute of Directors

This book offers a great insight into the increasingly important but poorly understood world of climate change policy. Anyone who wants to understand how they are affected, and what can be done about the gross failure and exorbitant cost of politicians attempts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, will find it invaluable. --Lord Lawson, author of An Appeal to Reason

"A terrifically well-researched, well-argued and persuasive exposition of the huge economic and personal costs of our current energy policy. Read it. And heed it. --Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group; former Head of the Policy Unit, Institute of Directors

This book offers a great insight into the increasingly important but poorly understood world of climate change policy. Anyone who wants to understand how they are affected, and what can be done about the gross failure and exorbitant cost of politicians attempts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, will find it invaluable. --Lord Lawson, author of An Appeal to Reason

About the Author

MATTHEW SINCLAIR is Director of the Taxpayers Alliance. He is the editor of How to Cut Public Spending (and Still Win an Election).
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