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August 02, 2007


Seth Baum

Hill Heat
has ongoing coverage of climate policy. Unfortunately, it's low traffic so far.


I'm not sure why this is even a question. Cap and trade says this isn't a serious problem. We can go on with business as usual while diverting some resources to mitigating the "perceived" problem. Carbon tax on the other hand says we have a real problem that requires a reduction in carbon emissions. What nuance am I missing?


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