December 8, 2012

The Carbon Tax: A Tax We Could Learn to Love

David Frum, CNN


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Global emissions of carbon dioxide hit a record high in 2011, scientists from the Global Carbon Project reported last week.

Another record is expected in 2012.

The earth continues to warm, and to warm fast, with serious consequences for human life and welfare. 2012 saw the worst drought in the United States in half a century.

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TAGGED: Cars, Driving, Natural Gas, Climate Change, Carbon Tax

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