Do you wonder what carbon pricing means and what the differences are between fees, taxes, shifts, offsets, and caps?
Next Thursday, join Sightline Institute’s senior researcher, Kristin Eberhard, along with Oregon Climate’s executive director, Camila Thorndike, to discuss what it would mean for Oregon to put a price on carbon.
- What: Curious About Carbon Pricing?
- Where: Friendly House, Portland, OR (map)
- When: Thursday, April 2, 7:00 pm
- Tickets: Free and open to the public
British Columbia implemented a carbon tax in 2008 and California’s cap and trade program began in 2013. The time is now for Oregon and Washington to start cashing in our carbon to complete a West Coast dedicated to a clean future.
READY and HOPING for YOU
And the California / Québec Cap&Trade linkage system, under the Western CLimate Initiative Regional Carbon market, is ready, functional and eager to accept new serious partners like Oregon, Washington and Ontario, to confirm a truly, efficient North American regulated carbon market.
Benoit St-Jean, baa, aci, ll.m.(environnement)
Conseiller en commerce international et changements climatiques
Advisor in International Commerce and Climate Change
Asesor en comercio internacional y cambio climático
Montréal, Québec (Canada)
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