Could Clean Energy Tax Credits be More Effective than a Carbon Price?
An evaluation of popular climate policies finds the benefits of clean electricity standards and clean energy tax credits may outweigh the efficiency gains of carbon pricing—if this efficiency exists at all.Learn More
New Data Shows Strong Air Pollution Policies Lengthen Life Expectancy
The same clean air policies that can reduce fossil fuel emissions and help rein in climate change can also add up to 5 years onto people’s lives in the most polluted regions, while globally adding more than 2 years onto lives on average.Learn More
Gujarat, India Plans Cap-and-Trade Market for Carbon Emissions
The market will be the first of its kind among emerging economies, outside of China. Leading researchers from the University of Chicago, Yale and J-PAL will help design the program, allowing Gujarat to tap global expertise.Learn More