Host Daniel Raimi talks with Professor Barry Rabe of the University of Michigan about his new book, Can We Price Carbon? Barry shares his insights on some of the real-world challenges for implementing policies that price carbon, and describes some of the key features that might help make them stick. They talk about how experience from previous efforts to price carbon can inform discussions on the Green New Deal, and much more.
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References and recommendations made during the podcast:
- Can We Price Carbon? by Barry G. Rabe
- Senate Bill 181: Protect Public Welfare Oil And Gas Operations
- Elections in Canada
- Blood Oil: Tyrants, Violence, and the Rules That Run the World by Leif Wenar