California has extended its system to price carbon, an initiative that has inspired significant emissions cuts, after building bipartisan support. So far, the idea has sprung up in 50 jurisdictions around the world.
The recently formed Climate Leadership Council has signed big founding backers like General Motors, PepsiCo and ExxonMobil in its bid to advance a "carbon dividend" model.
On this week's podcast: California comes out on top for climate change, businesses want carbon pricing and fleet owners come together for sustainable transportation.
The number of global companies using an internal carbon price has tripled in the last year, and more are poised to join them. Here's their rationale.
Policy changes and partnerships are absolutely necessary to keep us under 2 degrees C. How will you help?
A major new report shows how a 'Climate A-list' is seizing new opportunities.
Exploring the opportunities to generate cash flow for family forests using conservation payments.
What can we learn from the social cost of carbon about current efforts to price it?
An interview with Nigel Topping, CEO of the We Mean Business coalition of 400 companies and 183 investors, about the emerging consensus on the need for carbon pricing.
The state could buck the trend toward cap-and-trade with an initiative slated for the ballot in November.