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Yoram Bauman is the world's first and only stand-up economist. He studies the economics of climate change and thinks that carbon taxes can save the world. Bauman has taught at the University of Washington and at Bainbridge Graduate Institute. He currently is heading the grass-roots group Carbon Washington.
The twists and turns just keep coming in the pioneering revenue-neutral carbon tax measure, Initiative 732, which will be on Tuesday’s ballot in Washington state, writes Yoram Bauman.
In Washington state, a grassroots campaign to tax carbon emissions has gained steam. But how does a carbon tax work? For that, we turn to cartoons.
Stand-up economist Yoram Bauman returns to Making Sen$e to present a chapter of his new book, "The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change," and more specifically, to explain how the carbon tax and cap-and-trade are two names for the same concept.
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