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British Columbia Rethinks Its Pioneering Carbon Tax

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British Columbia Rethinks Its Pioneering Carbon Tax

Post by Dirtbikepilot on Fri May 04, 2012 12:21 pm

Stacey Schultz For National Geographic News

Published May 3, 2012

British Columbians are feeling a little lonely in their bid to save the planet.Five
years ago, the Canadian province enacted a bold set of climate change
policies designed to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
dramatically. At the time, B.C. lawmakers assumed the United States
would follow suit with federal climate change policy. To the south and
east, a coalition of seven U.S. states and four Canadian provinces were
establishing the Western Climate Initiative (WCI), with a regional
carbon cap-and-trade system.


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