"But panelist Roger Sedjo of Resources For the Future urged the SAB panel to add the language endorsing the economic model, arguing that they favored a model that considers 'human responses' to a system rather than no human responses. The way to assess those responses is to use an economic model that 'has an investment component . . . and is related to what's happening to the basic ecosystem. . . . It won't take a lot to put in a few sentences rationalizing the appropriateness of an economic approach,' Sedjo said on the call."
SAB Biomass CO2 Panel Faces Criticism Over Plan To Back Economic Model
Media Highlight from Inside EPA — Sept. 15, 2015