Anthony Kim writes in The Washington Times that climate change is best countered by economic freedom.
- Research shows that economic freedom is good for the environment and free economies are twice as clean as unfree economies.
- Free trade, a tenet of economic freedom, has been shown to increase environmentally-friendly innovation around the globe.
- If world leaders are serious about the need to address climate change, they should look to solutions that are rooted in economic freedom.
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