Related Links and Resources
For a whirlwind tour of all the polities pricing carbon, go “Around the World in 46 Carbon Markets” with the Carbon Brief.
The World Bank has become a strong advocate for a price on carbon, and operate a hub for international carbon pricing discussions here. In June 2015, they launched the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition in coalition with political and economic leaders from around the world.
Jerry Taylor at the Niskanen Center has made a “Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax.”
Adele Morris at the Brookings Institute has argued for “The Many Benefits of a Carbon Tax,” including lowering the federal deficit by $815 billion over the next decade.
Ecojustice.ca provides a summary of The Paris Climate Agreement – What Does it Really Mean?
Saul Griffith, inventor and technologist, provides a broad and highly detailed lecture about Infrastructure and Climate Change for The Long Now Foundation.