Politicians seeking re-elections may benefit from weak, ineffective climate agreements.
The gains from environmental policies may be unevenly distributed, according to a new study. Researcher Elisabeth Isaksen believes this can affect people’s support for climate and environmental measures.
To find the answer, economists have studied room mates in the military.
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