Jordan McGillis

Jordan McGillis serves as the Deputy Director of Policy for the Institute for Energy Research.

Who’s Wrong About Carbon Pricing?

we have deep and abiding question marks surrounding how much harm we can credibly attribute to each ton of greenhouse gas emissions.

The Lame-Duck Carbon Tax Lob

The Lame-Duck Carbon Tax Lob

A carbon tax with a realistic possibility of being signed into law, would not be the revenue-neutral, regulation-busting efficient solution that libertarian and conservative tax advocates desire. The political forces on the left want no part of an even nominally market-based solution.

The D.C. Carbon Tax Comedy of Errors

The D.C. Carbon Tax Comedy of Errors

What is critical, however, in rebutting the proposals is to parse the disparate, inchoate elements from one another, drawing attention to the ever-shifting justifications carbon tax advocates offer.

“Pittsburgh, Not Paris”

“Pittsburgh, Not Paris”

Donald Trump opened himself up to mockery with his “Pittsburgh, not Paris” remark, but the Paris Agreement’s supporters have very little to offer beyond the level of “gotcha” jabs.

Raking in Electric Car Subsidies

Raking in Electric Car Subsidies

By slashing the effective price for an electric car, the federal government and the state of Colorado are enriching savvy and typically wealthy consumers at the expense of everyone else.

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