Paul Krugman's column from Friday's NY Times paints a depressing picture of China's willingness to curb carbon emissions.
Notably, China plans to continue growing at a rapid pace relying principally on coal power.
If this is the case, what will be the implications of emissions reduction policy here in the U.S. and in Europe?
Last week the NY Times notes that China is building cleaner coal plants
Blog post on Nader discussing tax vs. cap-and-trade
Blog post on Al Gore and "The Climate for Change"
And a few short readings on cap-and-trade vs. carbon taxes:
Environmental Defense Fund
The Carbon Tax Center
Common Tragedies response to the CBO