Tag Archives: Citizens Climate Lobby

Hot air, defeat of carbon tax and Katharine Hayhoe

Record heat again this year in addition to election hot air. Washington state voters defeat a carbon tax. And Katharine Hayhoe shares her insights.
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Citizens’ Climate Lobby building carbon tax bridges

Citizens’ Climate Lobby members like Andrew Zeiler of Durango have been trying to build bridges to advance a carbon tax, which members prefer to call carbon fee and dividend. Continue reading

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Making snow illustrates need for carbon tax

A California ski resort summer snowmaking fanned outrage by climate change activists. Should it? Why not let the carbon tax decide what’s outrageous? Continue reading

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Pricing carbon emissions in Canada and the United States

British Columbia has a tax on carbon emissions, and it seems to have worked well there. How will the United States tax emissions of carbon dioxide? Through a cap-and-trade system or, as Citizens Climate Lobby advocates, a “carbon fee and dividend?” Continue reading

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