The advocates of a US federal carbon tax are in an awkward position. They have stressed to the public that the majority of natural scientists believe human-caused carbon emissions are at least partially responsible for the rise in global temperatures over the last century, and that any physicist or climatologist who denies this is outside “the consensus.” They think this is sufficient to prove that a US carbon tax is therefore a wise policy move. Unfortunately for them, “the consensus” in the economics literature shows that this conclusion is far more dubious.
In life we lose a few pets and it is very tough to get over.
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We have a new pet, well sort of. Rather than us adopting it, the skunk adopted us. Mr. or Mrs. Whitestripe is especially fond of our lawn. By-Laws Of course the local progressive lawn by-laws prevent you from using anything that would stop the weeds and grubs from taking over. For example, our neighbor’s lawn has turned into a highly productive dandelion patch.