In order to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, the world must reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Carbon pricing – recently introduced in Germany for transportation and heating – is viewed by many governments and experts as the most important climate policy instrument. However, a new study shows that carbon pricing has been less effective as a driver of technological change than was previously anticipated.
“[W]e have to stop talking about how electric cars will save us; it takes too much stuff to make them all… We have to look… at making it easier for people to use… bikes, transit […]
Kicking the can down the road, and down the road, and down the road. Read here