CaPI Webinar Series: Cap & Invest in Washington StateWebinar Q&A: Introduction to Cap & Invest in Washington StateIs banking of allowances incompatible with the objective to reduce emissions? Is banking of excess carbon permits a necessary and fundamental...
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CaPI Webinar Series: Cap & Invest in Washington StateWebinar Q&A: Introduction to Cap & Invest in Washington StateIs it true that RGGI GHG reduction stalled during the Great Recession because need for energy declined and there was no political will to...
CaPI Webinar Series: Cap & Invest in Washington StateWebinar Q&A: Introduction to Cap & Invest in Washington StateIs it true that California’s Cap & Trade program does not address transportation emissions?Shorter Answer False. Transportation emissions can...
CaPI Webinar Series: Cap & Invest in Washington StateWebinar Q&A: Introduction to Cap & Invest in Washington StateWhy is a cap approach better than a carbon fee, especially an accelerating fee? Corollary Questions: Do you believe cap & invest is the best...
This webinar covers the emerging details of the House and Senate 100% greenhouse gas free power policies, and presents findings from our own modeling of the anticipated carbon reduction and cost impacts from these policies taking effect. Important distinctions between different utilities are explored. We also reviewed a recently introduced proposal to link with other states in establishing an economy wide GHG Cap.
To date, there is no Washington Specific MAC Curve that provides more than a cursory glance at carbon reduction measures specific to our state. The Clean & Prosperous Institute (CaPI) has decided that the time has come to undertake a more comprehensive, statewide look at MAC opportunities in our state. CaPI is actively looking for partners and funders to carry this project through to a robust tool for policymakers and businesses.
Wed, November 28, 2018, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM PST | Mercer Island Community & Event Center
Purpose: Inform community about views of electorate, Resolve post-election tensions & align towards cooperative success, Invite engagement in achieving desired outcomes, Set framework for 2019 legislature
This analysis aims to answer the following central question: What cost-performance must I-1631 investments in carbon reduction achieve in order to meet the state’s 2035 emissions target and trigger a freeze in the rate of fee increase?
In this Appendix, we present detailed projections for the two available funds scenarios, each with four investment pathway cases that were the focus of this study.
Volcanoes, Forests, and Farms: A Carbon Policy That Works for Washington—and Puts All of Washington to Work
We absolutely must sequester carbon on a large scale, and this technology is one of several with the potential to implement Plan B — carbon negativity. Washington is possibly the best region in the world do to so economically. The combination of Washington’s biomass-producing industries and unique geologic formations make us uniquely well suited to the task.