By Timothy Hurst on March 27, 2012
The take-home from Musk is that subsidies may be good and may be bad as policy tools, but they are inferior to a carbon tax.
By Timothy Hurst on October 12, 2011
Under a controversial new plan passed in the Australian parliament today, Australia’s 500 biggest greenhouse gas emitters will pay $23 for every ton of carbon they emit.
By Timothy Hurst on September 30, 2011
Research institute led by Danish political scientist Bjorn Lomborg, a controversial figure in climate policy, could lose millions under Denmark’s new left-center coalition government.
By Timothy Hurst on July 12, 2011
A climate bill is again on the table in Australia after Prime Minister Julia Gillard Sunday outlined a plan to reduce the country’s annual carbon emissions by 159 million tons 2020.
By Timothy Hurst on December 23, 2010
So as the 111th Congress adjourns and President Obama heads to Hawaii to join his family for Christmas, the wheels of the U.S. Government continue to roll, albeit cautiously, toward the goal of regulating and ultimately reducing greenhouse gas emissions.