Tag Archives: Carbon tax

Emission pathways

I’m always a little concerned about writing about economics/policy, because I don’t have any specific expertise and find myself easily confused. However, I thought I would briefly discuss a figure that Glen Peters posted on Twitter (he also, kindly, clarified … Continue reading

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Why are carbon taxes so low?

I came across a post by Joseph Heath, called why are carbon taxes so low (H/T Willard). I found it very interesting, because it clarified (for me, at least) why some people probably hold the views that they do. I … Continue reading

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Myles Allen’s proposal to bury the carbon problem

A guest post by Rachel ———————————— Because Wotts is very busy at the moment and because I’m quite keen for a post about Myles Allen’s proposal to bury carbon and because Wotts, I think, has quite different views to me … Continue reading

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50 times more expensive! Don’t make me laugh!

I wasn’t going to discuss Topher Field’s 50-to-1 project as the premise is rather ridiculous and I don’t really want to give it any undue publicity. However, it sometimes seems better to at least try and address such things so … Continue reading

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