The Green Paradox, a book by Hans-Werner Sinn, provides a detailed and informative view on the economic repercussions of global warming policies that seek to curtail carbon emissions. The book presents how global warming is influenced by economics, and why current policies to reduce global warming are counterproductive. This book was well-researched, and includes many sources, as well as opposing theories. The author also presents a solution that acknowledges both the positives and negative consequences, and how this solution would affect the economy and the environment. I read this book as a newcomer to the world of economics, not yet understanding how consumers and producers influenced each other, and I felt this book explained it perfectly, with a focus on environmental policy.