ANALYSIS: After multiple defeats, what next for US state-level carbon pricing initiatives?

Published 16:09 on June 4, 2018  /  Last updated at 16:09 on June 4, 2018  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

An absence of US federal climate action under President Trump has prompted some states to take matters into their own hands, but after almost a dozen failed attempts so far this year, retrospective lawmakers are regrouping and considering more pragmatic approaches to get their carbon pricing bills over the finish line.

An absence of US federal climate action under President Trump has prompted some states to take matters into their own hands, but after almost a dozen failed attempts so far this year, retrospective lawmakers are regrouping and considering more pragmatic approaches to get their carbon pricing bills over the finish line.

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