Story of Stuff says Cap & Trade is a problem, not a solution. Video:

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on Dec 8, 2009
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Story of Stuff does Cap & Trade. Doesn’t like it.

From the good folks behind the wildly successful Story of Stuff, comes this controversial (many greenies say “wrong”) examination of Cap & Trade as a problem, not a solution.


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2 Responses to “Story of Stuff says Cap & Trade is a problem, not a solution. Video:”

  1. I agree. Passionately.

  2. […] Yesterday, I thought Copenhagen was going to be all about not letting the perfect be the enemy of the good. James Rachels, whom I admire enormously, had written a piece in the NYTimes arguing against cap and trade, a piece called “Cap and Fade.” I think cap and trade is a really clever idea that places real caps on carbon emissions (the enemy), while fitting into the current free market paradigm. And Paul Krugman agrees with me (or I agree with him, I always forget). And I really think it could work. Though there are many who disagree. […]