Evaluating California’s Carbon Tax

California passed a carbon tax at the end of 2006 during a wet period, and immediately launched an 8 year long drought. Apparently they just aren’t taxing enough.

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7 Responses to Evaluating California’s Carbon Tax

  1. Or perhaps they can reverse their fortunes by repealing it.

  2. J says:

    Hey Goddard, did you see this piece of scientific brilliance: “Climate change expected to bring more extreme La Ninas” http://www.cbsnews.com/news/climate-change-expected-to-bring-more-extreme-la-ninas/

    • Phil Jones says:

      Hilarious…. Constant FEAR and hysteric threats of DOOM …

      All because of a .00005 mole shift in CO2?? … Don’t think so… We got dumb whiny kids in charge folks… Furthest thingie from ‘science’…

    • gator69 says:

      The study in Nature Climate Change found that the La Nina extreme weather — which happens about once every 23 years — will occur every 13 years by the end of this century, based on an analysis of 21 climate models.” 😆

      Three-quarters of those increased La Nina events would follow extreme El Nino events “thus projecting more frequent swings between opposite extremes from year to the next.” 😆

      • J says:

        Weren’t they forecasting more extreme El Nino’s due to global warming for the longest time?? It feels more and more now like these news articles are coming from a different universe… This is truly unbelievable, am I stuck in a bad dream?

  3. Daavid A says:

    Of course some of those years were not drought years. 2011 had record snow in the sierras.

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