The Case for a Carbon Tax
248 pages, 6 x 9
Release Date:15 Sep 2011

The Case for a Carbon Tax

Getting Past Our Hang-Ups to Effective Climate Policy

Island Press
In The Case for a Carbon Tax, Hsu examines the policy instruments available to control carbon emissions. He argues that while carbon taxes have often been shunned as politically unfeasible, they actually represent the most straightforward step toward curbing climate change, and can be paired effectively with other approaches.
Shi-Ling Hsu is an associate professor in the Centre for Global Environmental and Natural Resource Law at the University of British Columbia.
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