In discussions of California climate bill SB 775, one of the issues that has drawn the most criticism—and frankly, the most inaccurate criticism—regards linking the state’s cap-and-trade market with similar markets in other jurisdictions
Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward testified before the California Senate, commenting on ways of extending the state’s carbon pricing policy
California enacted one of the world’s most ambitious greenhouse gas reduction targets—achieving this goal will be a tremendous challenge
For California to achieve deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, in line with a recent bill, SB 32, will require building a broad coalition to back the needed steps.
Even though the office I work in is full of people claiming to be willing to sacrifice a little bit for the greater good, we can’t get people to cooperate enough to maintain a steady flow of drinkable coffee.
In May, California’s quarterly cap-and-trade auction imploded. California’s cap-and-trade policy is widely seen as the leading example of state carbon pricing. So what happened?
Some have criticized Bill Gates for saying that ‘we need an energy miracle.’ However, technological miracles surround nearly our every waking moment. These come not from divine intervention but through the innovative work of brilliant people.
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