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Taxes, Subsidies, and Regulation: A Guide to North Carolina’s Proposed Global Warming Policies

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In 2006, North Carolina’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) formed an advisory group called the Climate Action Plan Advisory Group (CAPAG). This group’s task was to develop recommendations for specific actions to help reduce or prevent climate change.

Taxes, Subsidies, and Regulation: A Guide to North Carolina’s Proposed Global Warming Policies

Daren Bakst, Esq., is Director of Legal and Regulatory Studies for the John Locke Foundation. In this position, he analyzes and presents on a wide range of issues, including property rights, constitutional law, regulatory reform, and energy and the environment. ...

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