Robert Stavins, Gabriel Chan, Robert Stowe, Richard Sweeney, 12 August 2012

The US sulphur dioxide cap-and-trade programme, aimed at the acid rain problem, has been hailed as a great success in almost all areas. This column argues that the programme’s success may tell us something about whether cap and trade can be applied more widely in climate policy.


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