Carbon pricing works: the largest-ever study puts it beyond doubt

Carbon Tax - The Conversation - Key Takeaway: *The results show that countries with carbon prices on average have annual carbon dioxide emissions growth rates that are about two percentage points lower than countries without a carbon price, after taking many other factors into account. By way of context, the average annual emissions growth rate for the 142 countries was about 2% per year. This size of effect adds up to very large differences over time. It is often enough to make the difference between a country having a rising or a declining emissions trajectory.*

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Carbon border taxes are unjust

Carbon Tax - MIT Technology Review - Key Takeaway: *It’s hypocritical for developed countries to punish developing countries for carbon emissions while also investing in fossil-fuel extraction there.*