"'As more states experiment, we'll get more information, and you expand the market size for cleaner energy that's going to create incentives for more market to sell to,' said Marc Hafstead, director of the Carbon Pricing Initiative at Resources for the Future, a think tank focused on environmental economics. 'There's a fundamental issue, though, in that the states that are ready to move don't represent a lot of the emissions in the U.S. I think, at the end of the day, federal action is going to be required.'"
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Media Highlight from InsideClimate News — Nov. 29, 2018