6 arguments for carbon taxes

by Sara BrownMIT Sloan Ideas Made to Matter | Feb 22, 2022

Long touted by economists, carbon taxes are transparent, enforceable, and adjustable. An MIT Sloan finance professor explains her support.

The first carbon tax was proposed in the United States in 1973. Almost 50 years later, 27 countries have instituted carbon taxes, but the U.S. has yet to take action.

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