Elizabeth A. Stanton

Elizabeth A. Stanton is a senior economist with the Stockholm Environment Institute-U.S. Center, and is a member of the Climate Task Force of Economics for Equity and the Environment, a project of Ecotrust.

Don’t buy the job-killing hype: Regulations create jobs, save lives

Environmental regulations often create new jobs, while preventing senseless deaths and improving our standard of living at the same time.

What’s the real cost of not investing in clean energy?

Politicians have not invested in the insurance policy against climate change that we need.

A climate policy for people and the environment

A well-designed climate policy could slash greenhouse emissions and put money in Americans' pockets -- but that's not what Congress is considering.