Part I of this paper reviews the current opinion surrounding carbon tax proposals as they appear in the literature. Part II will provide an overview of the current cap-and-trade proposals. Part III will introduce a carbon tax with reinvestment. Part IV of this article reviews the leading proposals arguing that a carbon tax is superior to cap-and-trade. And finally, for Part V explains why a carbon tax with reinvestment trumps cap-and-trade.
Recommended CitationStephen Sewalk, Carbon Tax with Reinvestment Trumps Cap-and-Trade, 30 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 580 (2013)
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pelr/vol30/iss2/8
Environmental Law Commons, Natural Resources Law Commons, Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law Commons