Posts Tagged "“Carbon markets” “Carbon credits” “Carbon tax”"

Katrina’s New Urbanism

In the immediate aftermath of Katrina, we as a nation watched as one of our nation's beloved cultural capitals suffered immensely. As a former resident of the area, I was left with a sense of loss and simmering anger. The situation called for compassion, a quick response, and heroism. What transpired could be best described as apathetic, shockingly slow, and… read more →

Carbon tax vs. carbon market: who would win in a fight?

In response to the post about Britain's flirtation with personal carbon credits, several readers wrote in wondering whether a carbon tax could achieve the same ends in a much more straightforward fashion. It's a worthwhile question, and although I don't have a definitive answer, a few points to consider: The first point is that in a cap-and-trade carbon market, total… read more →


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