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Dear John,Global Problems Smart SolutionsMany thanks for your contribution to Global Problems Smart Solutions. The book has been recently published and the hard copy will be sent to you soon. In the meantime, I am happy to enclose the pdf version of your individual chapter on Ecosystems and Biodiversity as well as terms and conditions from the publisher.How to cite a chapter in this bookRose-Ackerman, S. and Truex, R., 2013: Corruption and Policy Reform, in B. Lomborg (ed.), Global Problems, Smart Solutions: Costs and Benefits, Cambridge University Press, 632-672Online prioritization tool - www.ranksmartsolutions.com
We have used the research from Copenhagen Consensus 2012 to create a new online tool for prioritization. Please feel free to use it for your classes and seminars!
I read the terms and conditions and think I might be able to post the chapter (I'm asking permission from Cambridge Press right now). In the meantime, here is an image of the first page (click the image for full-size):The Authors' ConsensusWe asked authors of the book to rank the interventions, some of you got back and here are the informal results:
1. Reduce Chronic Undernutrition in Pre-Schoolers2. Expanded Childhood Immunization Coverage3. Increase Availability of Family Planning4. Subsidy for Malaria Combination Treatment5. Community Led Total Sanitation6. Low ($1.80/tC) Global Carbon Tax7. Adaptation Planning8. Expanding Tuberculosis Treatment9. Deworming of Schoolchildren10. R&D to Increase Yield Enhancements