A Carbon Tax for China’s Air Pollution and GHGs?

In this Op Ed “Clearing the Air In China” Chris P. Nielsen, executive director of the China Project at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Mun S. Ho, a visiting scholar in economics with the project, co-editors of “Clearer Skies Over China: Reconciling Air Quality, Climate and Economic Goals” conclude that a carbon tax would likely be the best economic and environmental solution for all countries to move away from fossil fuel based energy production.   Worth a read!

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