James Boyce: Carbon caps – who gets the cash?


Updated: added Parts 2-5


James Boyce: Different models of carbon cap legislation serve different interests

James K. Boyce is a Professor at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is the Director of the Program on Development, Peacebuilding, and the Environment at PERI – The Political Economy Research Institute.



Carbon caps – who gets the cash? Pt2

James Boyce: Auction, cap and rebate is a better way to control carbon emissions


Carbon caps – who gets the cash? Pt3

James Boyce: Offsets turn the cap into a sieve and trading in permits creates a speculators market


Boyce: Cap and Trade vs Cap and Dividend contend in two pieces of legislation in Washington



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6 thoughts on “James Boyce: Carbon caps – who gets the cash?

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  2. Carbon trading and carbon taxes would have no raison d’etre without catastrophist, anthropogenic global warming theory, particularly the hysterical variety which blames everything on ‘climate change’ — even the Haiti earthquake or whatever.

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