Recording: Political Play – Advocating For Carbon Pricing Policy

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“Ethical Markets believes that all negative externalities must be internalized on company and government reports.

Likewise all pollution should be fined and taxed, including CO2 emissions.  While few understand carbon taxes, almost everybody understands and supports pollution taxes!

~Hazel Henderson, Editor“

Thank you for being a part of the Climate Collaborative’s recent webinar, Political Play: Advocating For Carbon Pricing Policy. We hope that you found the discussion informative and inspiring!

For your review, or in case you missed all or part of the webinar, you can view the recording and download the slides?here. Please feel free to share this link with friends and colleagues.

We would love your feedback on our webinar via a short, four-question survey. Your input helps us improve our programming to meet your needs.

As mentioned on our webinar, we’re excited to share an upcoming opportunity from our partner CERES, listed below.

If you have questions or would like to make a commitment, email or get started on the Take Action page on our website.

Thanks again for your participation!

Lawmaker Education Advocacy Day 

L.E.A.D. on Carbon Pricing

May 21-22, 2019 in Washington, D.C.

Company and trade association representatives, led by a core group of CEOs, will travel to Washington on May 21 and 22 to meet with members of Congress. In both public and private interactions, they will make the economic case for a carbon price as a central policy in the overall response to climate change – educating lawmakers on why businesses support strong climate action, and why a price on carbon is a critical element of a larger legislative response to climate change. Please find more information and register here.

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