Biden’s climate incentives may show us how it’s done

Biden’s new climate incentives have a good chance to pass Congress, to work in practice, and to give great value for money

by Robinson Meyer 10/02/2022 in The Atlantic

Biden’s Biggest Idea on Climate Change Is Remarkably Cheap: It’s one of the most cost-effective climate policies the U.S. has ever considered, according to a new analysis…. The researchers’ study, which has not been peer-reviewed, finds that the policy’s benefits will be three to four times larger than its costs, creating as much as projected $1.5 trillion in economic surplus while eliminating more than 5 billion tons of planet-warming carbon pollution through 2050.

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