1. Not Taxing

Global Carbon Pricing is not taxing. It's an international commitment and not a national policy. Like a commitment to a cap it can be met in various ways.

Commit to a price, and implement:
  • Cap and trade
  • A carbon tax
  • Feebates
  • Any combination
Commit to a cap, and implement:
  • Cap and trade
  • A carbon tax
  • Feebates
  • Any combination

Since the two commitments can be met with the same policies, why is committing to a cap so unpopular?


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