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Australia and Canada share a lot of good things in common. Both are large countries with a wealth of natural resources, and stunning natural landscapes. Both have government-funded medical care and education for their citizens, and some of the highest standards of living in the world. 681 more words
So taking out a good share of the grid isn’t that hard?
This book chapter in The Politics of Carbon Markets (Routledge Studies in Environmental Policy) contributes to the project of investigating the deeper politics of carbon markets by analyzing the processes that are connected with the building up of epistemic authority for defining the superior functionality of emissions trading as a policy instrument. 117 more words
Sierra Rayne performs a complex economic analysis/comparison on Northeastern Carbon trends. He hit on something.