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Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change

Sir Nicholas Stern, Head of the Government Economic Service and Adviser to the Government on the economics of climate change and development, is delighted to present his report to the Prime Minister and the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the Economics of Climate Change:

Full report
Executive Summary and Executive Summary in other languages
Postscript and Technical Annex to postscript

Launch Press notice, comments on the Review, launch presentation and speaking notes
Supporting commissioned research
Background to the Review
Presentations by Sir Nicholas Stern

The Stern team has moved to the Office of Climate Change. Publications posted after the Stern Review including the series of papers printed in the World Economics Journal, are now available on the Stern team page on the Office of Climate Change website.

Some of the above documents are available in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF). If you do not have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer you can download the software free of charge from the Adobe website. For alternative ways to read PDF documents and further information on website accessibility visit the HM Treasury accessibility page.

Hardcopies will be available from January at a charge of c. £29.99 + £3.50 postage and packing (quoting ISBN number: 0-521-70080-9). Copies can be ordered from Cambridge University Press via the website http://www.cambridge.org/9780521700801, by fax on +44 (0)1223 315052 or post from the following address: Science Marketing, Freepost, Cambridge University Press, The Edinburgh Building, Cambridge, CB2.

The Stern Review team can be contacted by telephone: 020 7270 6280 or by email: stern.review@hm-treasury.gov.uk until the end of July when work will be continued through the Office of Climate Change (the website will be accessible from the end of July)

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