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U.S. Acid Rain Regulations: Did They Work?

by Bill Chameides
May 10, 2012

U.S. acid rain regulations have worked. What’s more, they didn’t seem to get in the way of the country’s longest economic expansion.

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Natural Gas Takes Another Climate Change Hit

by Bill Chameides
Sep 14, 2011

Is natural gas too clean?

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Cap and Trade: Dead or Alive?

by Bill Chameides
Dec 2, 2010

Dead, say the experts.

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Cap and Trade Part 3 – You Ask, “What?” I Say, “How Wide?”

by Bill Chameides
Jun 10, 2009

Which greenhouse gas emissions do you find when you look under a cap and trader?

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WSJ Climate Naysayer Has New Culprit: Big Business

by Bill Chameides
May 22, 2009

News flash from the op-ed pages of the Wall Street Journal: we must stop climate change legislation. Why? Because big business wants to make money.

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Is the Conservative-Friendly Carbon Tax a Regressive Flat Tax In Disguise?

by Bill Chameides
Jan 22, 2009

What’s wrong with this picture? Conservatives, such as the members of Wall Street Journal‘s editorial board, are talking up a carbon tax instead of a market-based system to address climate change. These are the folks whose favorite refrain is “no new taxes.” What gives?

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