Air pollution study casts doubt on cost-benefit appraisals

Predictions of the costs of policies to reduce air pollution are often "very significantly" over-estimated, while the benefits have generally been understated, according to a report for the Environment Department (DEFRA).1 The finding presents a significant challenge to Whitehall’s increasing reliance on cost-benefit appraisal.

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