An audio conversation with Christopher Knittel, MIT, about carbon pricing and its impact on individual lifestyle. This audio podcast looks at the complexities of carbon pricing, its type, approximate individual cost and public policy around it.
Students will learn about the basics of carbon pricing and be introduced to carbon tax, cap and trade, and how and what such a tax will be used for. They will learn what carbon tax would mean for an individual consumer and what incentives can be used to create lifestyle changes towards a more sustainable consumption. Additionally, students will also look at the alternatives to carbon pricing.
Use this tool to help your students find answers to:
- What is carbon pricing?
- What are the common policies associated with carbon pricing?
- How does carbon tax affect individual consumption?
- How should the government use the carbon taxes?
About the Tool
|Tool Name||E7: TIL about carbon pricing|
|Topic(s) in Discipline||Carbon Pricing, Carbon Tax, Cap and Trade, Public Policy|
|Climate Topic||Energy, Economics and Climate Change|
|Type of tool||Audio (11 mins)|
|Grade Level||Undergraduate, Graduate|
|Developed by||TILclimate Podcast|
|Hosted at||Climate Portal|