Mar 2, 11 •
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Economic Debates, Environment, Government, Regulation, Thinking Economically •
Elaine Schwartz •
What if someone had invented “smog-eating” concrete roof tiles? And, what if these tiles consumed enough smog to offset one car’s nitrous oxide emissions during one year (10,800 miles of driving)? Telling us that a firm in California has
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