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Environmental regulations improve the bottom line

Environmental regulations improve the bottom line

When Robert Mohr was in graduate school, his advisor introduced him to a controversial paper written by the influential economist Michael Porter. Porter argued that government environmental regulations such as carbon taxes, recycling, and waste mitigation could lower costs and improve businesses... Read More

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