Putting a Value on the Effects of Climate Change: The Social Cost of Carbon and New Energy Tax Policies
Many thanks to our own Mary Parkman for this information!
The U.S. Office of Management and Budget is accepting comments on raising the social cost of carbon from the 2010 level of $24 per metric ton of carbon dioxide to $37 per metric ton. The social cost of carbon is defined as the value to society of reducing carbon emissions.
Submit comments on www.regulations.gov by January 27, 2014.
The Senate Finance Committee is accepting comments on a new Energy Tax Policy regarding the development of clean energy for electricity and fuels.
Send comments to: Tax_Reform@Finance.Senate.gov by January 31, 2014.