Bay Area implents Carbon Tax

First In Nation 'Pollution Fee' Coming To SF

The rate is 4.4c per ton of CO2. It is a start, but quite symbolic (after all, it is called global warming for a reason and local efforts are unlikely to reduce CO2 emissions notably, real polluters will move to untaxed areas if the cost is too high.


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