Could taxes be the key to curbing climate change?

04/7/2014 by James Handley

Are Taxes Key to Curbing Climate Change? (Adele Morris, Christian Science Monitor)

Rough Forecasts by Elizabeth Kolbert April 14, 2014

04/7/2014 by James Handley

Science Is Unequivocal, Policy Is Obvious: Tax CO2 Pollution (E Kolbert, New Yorker)

The Aliens Have Landed

04/2/2014 by Charles Komanoff

IPCC Report “Zooms Around Maginot Line of Denial” (Bittman, NYT)

An EPA-Sanctioned State-Based Carbon Tax Could Reduce Emissions and Improve State Finances

04/1/2014 by James Handley

EPA Could Sanction State Carbon Taxes To Reduce Emissions & Provide Revenue (Adele Morris, Brookings)

U.N. climate panel: Governments, businesses need to take action now against growing risks

03/31/2014 by James Handley

U.N. Climate Panel: Accelerating Warming Demands Immediate Action (Wash Post)

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Climate and Competitiveness

03/27/2014 by Charles Komanoff

Rising Energy Prices No Drag on German Industry, After All (Project Syndicate)

21 Reasons Aussie Environmentalists Are Really Angry Right Now

03/27/2014 by Charles Komanoff

Carbon Tax Repeal is 1 of 21 Reasons Aussie Enviro’s Are Steamed (BuzzFeed)

British Columbia Enacted The Most Significant Carbon Tax in the Western Hemisphere—What Happened Next Is It Worked

03/26/2014 by Charles Komanoff

BC carbon tax is “case study in smart climate policy” (Mother Jones)

US Coal Exports Erode All CO2 Savings from Shale Gas

03/25/2014 by Charles Komanoff

CO2 Savings from Shale Gas Cancelled by Rising U.S. Coal Exports (CO2 Scorecard)

Natural Gas Industry Using Crimean Crisis to Push Wishlist Through Congress

03/24/2014 by James Handley

Nat’l Gas Industry Using Crimean Crisis to Push Exports (Bill Moyers)