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Submitted by Greg on
for an economist the results on the survey re. distribution of the acceptance of the costs in jobs and slower growth of dealing with the climate change does not make much sense - it would mean that people in the poorer countries,often living at the subsistance level or below, are more prepared to sacrify today's consumption for the long term gains, than people in the better off countries. Anybody can explain this paradox contradicting the marginal utility theory? Or the question was wrongly asked?