Developed by Pew Center on Global Climate Change staff with input from a variety of outside experts, these briefs walk policy makers through important design choices and the strengths and weaknesses of various policy approaches.
The series includes briefs on the following topics:
Cap-and-Trade Design Elements for a Greenhouse Gas Reduction Program
- Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Timetables
- Scope of a Greenhouse Gas Cap-and-Trade Program
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions Allowance Allocation
- Containing the Costs of Climate Policy
- Greenhouse Gas Offsets in a Domestic Cap-and-Trade Program
- Addressing Competitiveness in U.S. Climate Change Policy
Complementary Policies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
- Technology Policies to Address Climate Change
- Addressing Emissions From Coal Use in Power Generation
- Policies to Reduce Emissions from the Transportation Sector
- Tax Policies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
View the Congressional Policy Briefs.
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