Why Some Experts Say Carbon Taxes Don’t Work

While many clamor for a U.S. carbon tax, experts explain why it remains off the table

December 9, 2015
Dana Greenstein

Last month’s U.N. climate-change summit in Paris thrust the idea of a carbon tax back into the global spotlight. This week, Tesla Motors Chief Elon Musk stepped into the breach making the bold proclamation that a widely implemented carbon tax would cut the amount of time it would take to transition to clean, renewable energy in half. Even big oil companies have voiced support for the idea.  FULL ARTICLE IN THE INC. MAGAZINE.


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