• Why Pricing Carbon Is Still More Theory Than Reality: QuickTake

    1 month ago - By Washington Post

    It's an idea that's been around for more than two decades: To slow climate change, make polluters pay for the damage they cause. More than 60 nations, states and cities have adopted what's known as carbon pricing, an approach held up by environmentalists, global institutions and even many oil companies as an elegant, free-market approach to global warming - one that creates incentives to find the best solutions and avoids burdensome regulation. In practice, though, carbon pricing has proved poli
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