Archive for November, 2009

Apollo Alliance head: ‘Carbon taxes can work’

11/28/2009 by Charles Komanoff

Apollo Alliance head: ‘Carbon taxes can work’ (The Hook)


An Economist’s Invisible Hand: Pigou’s Legacy Lives in Carbon Tax

11/28/2009 by Charles Komanoff

An Economist’s Invisible Hand: Pigou’s Legacy Lives in Carbon Tax (WSJ)


‘It’s Not the Kind of Thing Where You Can Compromise’

11/28/2009 by James Handley

Dr. Hansen: Climate ‘Not the Kind of Thing Where You Can Compromise’ (Newsweek)


In British Columbia, a carbon tax wins popular support

11/28/2009 by Charles Komanoff

In British Columbia, a carbon tax wins popular support (Canada Global Post)


Canada’s Liberal Party Abandoning Carbon Tax

11/28/2009 by Charles Komanoff

Canada’s Liberal Party Ditching Carbon Tax for Cap-and-Trade (Globe & Mail)


David Frum: Bad scientists doesn’t mean bad science

11/28/2009 by James Handley

Global warming or deficit reduction, a carbon tax is the solution (Nat’l Post)

Filed under Carbon Tax,Editorial,News

Political ill wind blows a hole in the climate change debate

11/28/2009 by James Handley

Governments should focus on increasing prices polluters pay for emissions (Fin. Times)


Obama’s Climate Goals vs. the Senate’s

11/27/2009 by James Handley

Obama’s Climate Goals vs. the Senate’s — Three Views (NYT)


Copenhagen talks all talk

11/26/2009 by James Handley

Energy Exec’s Criticize ETS, Call for “Visible, Stable Carbon Price” (Globe & Mail)

Filed under Carbon Tax,Editorial,News

David Roberts Deconstructs the New Climate Poll

11/25/2009 by Charles Komanoff

David Roberts Deconstructs the New Climate Poll (Grist)

Filed under News,Politics