Pricing Carbon
Can Europe Reform its Carbon Market?
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  • FriendlyGoat

    Lessons emerging in the 21st century include that people willing to elect the likes of Putin, Duterte, Erdogan and Trump, and those willing to squabble on lesser-quality political rhetoric as recently seen in Britain, France and Germany,—— are not going to adequately address man-made climate change. We had, circa 1990’s, our window of time for becoming a more sensible world. The window closed. Social media, which should be helping us improve our relationships and priorities, appears now to be failing that possibility and is most likely accelerating the dissipation of wisdom.

  • Andrew Allison

    In short, the change in behavior induced by carbon credits appears to be to move somewhere else.

    • CaliforniaStark

      Or pass the increased cost created by the carbon tax onto the consumer. The carbon tax is very regressive tax, and hits the poor and elderly disproportionately,

    • LarryD

      Moveing Operations to a cheaper cost location is indeed the rational response. Since it’s mainly virtue signaling anyway, this is not a “solvable problem”.

  • Boritz

    No need to put quotes around soak up. That’s exactly what this is about.

  • Josephbleau

    An EU specialty, a solution that doesn’t work for a problem that doesn’t exist.

  • Jacksonian_Libertarian

    Who cares? Leftist idiots thinking they can create a market, and it will be as successful as capitalist markets. This was always going to fail.

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