Saturday, April 26, 2014

Video - Why a Carbon Tax May be the Best Way to Reduce CO2



In this video Judd Legam, editor of ThinkProgress explains how a carbon tax works. This effort is of great importance in light of the current concentration of carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere which now exceeds 400 parts per million which is causing big changes in global temperatures, which means big changes in climate: more droughts, more wildfires, more extreme weather, more crop failure, and all of the other effects of global warming. According to Legam, the simplest solution is a carbon tax.

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