Carbon pricing has been in the news a lot lately. The IPCC even dubbed it a critical policy to avoid the worse consequences of climate change. What most people don’t realize though is that many jurisdictions already live under a carbon pricing mechanism, and that there are many different ways the policy can be implemented. We spoke to Jonah Kurman-Faber, a researcher here at CXC, about what it means to put a price on carbon.
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