The Impact of Trading on the Costs and Benefits of the Acid Rain Program
Enacted under the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 with the goal of reducing sulfur dioxide emissions from electric utilities, the Acid Rain Program is often cited as evidence that an emissions trading program can reduce the costs of pollution reduction. A team of researchers examines the compliance costs and health effects realized under the Acid Rain Program compared with a command-and-control alternative.
Data Tool — Sep 30, 2022
World Carbon Pricing Database
Explore a database of global carbon pricing policies since 1990
Resources Radio — Sep 27, 2022
The Latest in Nuclear Energy Innovation and Deployment, with Alex Gilbert
Alex Gilbert on the latest developments in the nuclear energy sector and the short- and long-term trajectories of nuclear energy in the United States.