How federal US climate policies stack up.
by Eric de Place
Finally, it's all in one place. World Resources Institute just released a fabulous little summary that compares all the federal US cap and trade proposals. It's chock full of helpful (if slightly wonkish) graphics and tables, like this one:
The summary deals only with questions of "scope" -- which sectors of the economy are capped -- and the reduction schedules in each policy. There's no comparison of auctioning regimes or offsets or other market features. Still, it's pretty handy.
This piece originally appeared on the Sightline Institute's Blog, The Daily Score.