Editor’s note: This series encompasses all of our carbon pricing research from 2013 and earlier. Find our most recent research on the topic here.

Carbon concentrations in the atmosphere continue to rise, and the scientific consensus about the risks of global warming continues to build. Meanwhile, state and provincial budgets hurt for basic funding to support priorities ranging from transit and transportation to business development and education. This Sightline series examines both existing and potential mechanisms that put a price on the carbon pollution we don’t want to raise funds for more of the services and programs we do want.

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