Project Report:
Niskanen Center Carbon Tax Advocacy Campaign
Purpose
- Investigates the causes of economic imbalances.
- Explores and develops market-based solutions.

Summary

The Niskanen Center is aware of the Walker Foundation’s support of the Center for Sustainable Economy’s research on the market impacts of ocean acidification and the incorporation of those impacts into the social cost of carbon. Niskanen will consult with CSE staff as they perform research, review and provide feedback on work products, and assist with personal outreach and the communication of results with our network in Washington. This project will investigage whether the preferred market solution advocated by the Niskanen Center, namely a carbon tax, is also an effective remedy for the effects of ocean acidification.

Purpose

• In addressing the myriad issues associated with climate change, Niskanen has a strong bias towards market oriented, as opposed to regulatory, solutions. This project will investigage whether the preferred market solution advocated by the Niskanen Center, namely a carbon tax, is also an effective remedy for the effects of ocean acidification.


• Niskanen is a natural partner for the CSE—and for Walker—because it already has an effective and successful media outreach effort. Niskanen staff has been able to place related articles in a wide array of prestigious newspapers, journals, and blogs.

Scope

Niskanen's work is primarily associated with the United States. Niskanen aims to convince energy-state Democrats and conservative Republicans that a carbon tax is the most efficacious solution for dealing with climate change in the US. Of course, experts in other countries may well find a carbon tax to be effective and will consult our work.

Amount Approved
$10,000.00 on 5/31/2016 (Check sent: 6/7/2016)



Address
820 1st Street NE, Suite 675
Washington, DC 20002


Phone
(202) 8991161

Contacts


Gayllis R Ward
Director of Foundation Relations , Niskanen Center

Posted 3/22/2016 3:24 PM
Updated   7/27/2016 2:26 PM

  • Nonprofit


 
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