The Price Is Not Right

Thomas Friedman gets it right in calling for both new financial regulations and a carbon tax to price the “economic externalities” into our energy system. He points to the need for healthy functioning markets to have appropriate rules and appropriate price signals in “The Price Is Not Right”

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