The Interaction between Market and Non-Market Based Energy and Environmental Regulations to Reduce Carbon Emissions: A Case Study of California and British Columbia

Koester, Stefan.


  • National and sub-national governments have pursued dual-paths to reduce GHG emissions to mitigate climate change. States have carbon pricing schemes and non-market-based policies such as renewable energy mandates, vehicle, building, and appliance standards, tax credits and subsidies for low-carbon energy. However, what is the possible interactive effect between market and non-market-based ... read more
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