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Almost Half of U.S. States Are Considering Carbon Trading Programs

We’ve been noticing a growing trend – conservatives are becoming more pragmatic about climate issues, and proposing market-based climate solutions. Right now, nearly half of U.S. states, including many with Republican governors, are considering using some form of carbon trading to help them comply with the EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Though some governors strongly oppose […]

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A Market-Based Climate Solution Conservatives and CEOs Can Love

Is a nationwide tax on carbon a real possibility? It is if Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse has his way. Whitehouse is sponsoring federal legislation that would charge a fee for carbon emissions and return the revenues to the American public.   To gain support for his revenue-neutral carbon tax, Whitehouse is reaching out to […]

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