Curious-Case-of-the-Carbon-Tax
Burning fossil fuels is relatively cheap until you factor in respiratory disease, floods, lower farm output, and many other effects from the resulting greenhouse gases. That’s why advocates say putting a price on how much carbon dioxide goes into the air is key to climate change action (International Policy Digest)
While a carbon tax represents an important aspect of a successful climate change plan, it must be accompanied by a host of other incentives, initiatives, and investments.
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