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Carbon Tax and Greenhouse Gas Control: Options and Considerations for Congress
Jonathan L. Ramseur (au); Larry Parker (au)
A variety of efforts that seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) are currently underway or being developed on the international, national, and sub-national level (e.g., individual state actions or regional partnerships). One option for controlling GHG emissions is to apply a tax or fee on GHG emissions or the inputs that create them. This type of approach is commonly called a carbon tax, whether it would apply to CO2 emissions alone or to multiple GHGs, including some that may have no molecular carbon. This report focuses on the policy considerations of using of a carbon tax to control GHG emissions. Contents: Introduction; Cost or Quantity Control: An Overview; Potential Advantages of a Carbon Tax; Potential Disadvantages; Implementation of a Carbon Tax; Conclusions. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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