Leigh Raymond

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How should nations reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that are changing the Earth’s climate — especially when every citizen and business has plenty of incentives to keep driving, turning on the lights, plugging in their devices, and bumping up the heat or air conditioning?

One widely discussed option is a “carbon dividend.” In February, that option was proposed by a group of political conservatives called the Climate Leadership Council (CLC), whose roster includes such well-known names as James Baker and George Shultz. Prominent opinion leaders applauded the proposal, including the New York Times. But observers have overlooked how it resembles policies that the United States already has deployed.…  Seguir leyendo »