Costly consequences: Cap and trade is not a market-based solution

Katz, Diane
July 2008
Fraser Forum;Jul2008, p11
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of the government rationing carbon-based emission approach introduced in Canada. The emission controlled strategy is designed to fight climate change and is called "cap and trade," which is commonly described as a market effective solution to prevent pollution. Canadian government specifies the limitation of emission control and encourages people to be aware on the effect of climate change in the ecosystem.


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