The long overdue document can be viewed here. The government's revised estimates of the Social Cost of Carbon (SCC), based on peer-reviewed literature, are substantially higher than its initial estimates, published in 2010. Here are the new numbers:
Taking the 3.0% discount rate average as central, the new estimates are more than 50% higher than the 2010 estimates below:
This is not unexpected, but reflects several critiques of the 2010 estimates, as well as newly published research on the SCC.
Hat tip: ThinkProgress