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Carbon Emissions: Cap-and-trade versus Carbon Tax (arguments): Fairness to producers - Is a cap-and-trade approach more fair to producers than a carbon tax?

Carbon Emissions: Cap-and-trade versus Carbon Tax (arguments): Fairness to producers - Is a cap-and-trade approach more fair to producers than a carbon tax?
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  • Carbon tax is more fair

    Carbon taxation is far more fair than cap-and-trade, a ridiculous system being set up by corporations and capitalists to try to make money in the fight against global warming, which is doomed to fail because of its reliance on market solutions to the problem, the same markets that got us into this mess to begin with.

  • No, Cap and Trade Is not Fairer

    Cap and trade is a boondoggle that benefits those who trade in carbon credits. A carbon tax would be a better approach, encouraging polluters to find better ways to decrease emissions instead of encourage "underdevelopment" in other places. Also, a carbon tax is not a great solution either, because does not compensate those who are the victims of pollution, BUT it does not encourage corruption like cap and trade.


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