Analysis of Alternative Carbon Tax Price Paths for the Climate Leadership Council (CLC) Carbon Dividends Plan
An analysis of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions reductions under the Baker-Shultz Carbon Dividends Plan.
The purpose of this analysis is to assess the impacts of alternative carbon tax paths on US energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2 ) emissions. The sole focus is on the emissions impact of CLC’s first pillar and this brief does not consider the impacts of any pillars on households or industry.
Media Highlight — Aug 23, 2023
POLITICO: "There's a Run on Carbon Credits. That's Good News for the Budget."
A segment in POLITICO's new California Climate newsletter quotes RFF Senior Fellow Dallas Burtraw regarding the state's recent auction of greenhouse gas permits.
Report — Jul 17, 2023
How Would Facility-Specific Emissions Caps Affect the California Carbon Market?
This report examines the potential effects on disadvantaged communities of implementing facility-specific requirements in California's cap-and-trade program.
Testimony and Public Comments — Jul 7, 2023
Comments to the California Air Resources Board on Implementing Facility-Specific Caps in the California Cap-and-Trade Program
This comment addressed to the California Air Resources Board examines the potential impacts of facility-specific emissions caps on California’s cap-and-trade program.