An additional question I'd have asked in Rebecca Henderson's interview following the section about developing countries is "what's your take on allowing developing nations more leniency on using carbon intensive forms of energy (coal, natural gas) to help them "catch up" to developed nations?" I was prompted to think about this question when Professor Henderson mentioned how China is "building a coal plant a week" and how India was on a similar path, and how she found both to be "very problematic". While from a pure environmentalist perspective China and India expanding their use of coal when it's in everyone's best interest to reduce global carbon emissions is a bad thing, is it really fair to hold developing nations to the same carbon standard as places like the United States? The United States reached its place of prominence through heavy use of fossil fuels while it was developing, and only now can it consider moving towards cleaner alternatives. It seems like it'd be much more difficult for a developing nation to grow without access to the same cheap sources of fuel that current developed nations took advantage of.