Originally Posted by Direckshun
The goal is to ostensibly reduce the amount of carbon we shit into the air.
Almost all acts of taxation repricing have historically been successful in limiting and reducing that which they were aiming for. I don't see why a carbon tax can't accomplish the same thing.
What percent of the total annual carbon emissions is directly attributable to human activity?
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