Implementing a carbon tax is no longer a pipe dream but understood as a coming - and much needed - reality

All I Want for Christmas is a Price on Carbon

As 2013 winds down, there are promising signs that we may actually see a price on carbon in the U.S. In 2010, the cap-and-trade bill was killed in the Senate by the fossil fuel industry’s ubiquitous misinformation campaigns. However, a confluence of events have renewed hopes that we may yet see carbon pricing legislation that could significantly reduce U.S. carbon…

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The Story of Cap and Trade

Or why you can’t solve a problem with the thinking that created it Last week we posted the teaser for The Story of Cap and Trade, the new video hosted by Annie Leonard, the creator of the viral hit video The Story of Stuff. Produced by Free Range Studios, the Story of Stuff Project, and Climate Justice Now!, The Story…

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Senator Byron Dorgan on Cap and Trade, Clean Energy, and Climate Change

Video excerpts of Senator Byron Dorgan speaking on his belief in the need for a cap on carbon, clean energy, and a low carbon economy, yet his reservations about the current cap and trade scheme proposed by the House Waxman-Markey bill.

No License To Spill – Australia Delays Carbon Trading

Australia opts to delay its emissions trading program due to economic concerns. Delay’s are likely to cost money and leave industry with no clear signal on how to approach investments on CO2 reductions.

Carbon Tax or Carbon Trading: Which Will Be More Effective?

Which is the most effective means of curbing greenhouse gas emissions and turning to a clean energy economy – carbon tax or carbon trading?