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Argument: A carbon tax shocks consumers into making needed behavioral changes

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==Parent debates== ==Parent debates==
-*[[Debate:Carbon tax]]+*[[Debate: Carbon tax]]
*[[Debate: Cap-and-trade versus carbon tax]] *[[Debate: Cap-and-trade versus carbon tax]]
==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.csmonitor.com/2007/0705/p08s01-comv.html "Al Gore's inconvenient tax". Christian Science Monitor. 5 July 2007]: "Putting a crimp on global warming can’t be done solely by promoting new energy technologies and voluntary conservation. Consumers of oil and coal need a direct tax shock." [http://www.csmonitor.com/2007/0705/p08s01-comv.html "Al Gore's inconvenient tax". Christian Science Monitor. 5 July 2007]: "Putting a crimp on global warming can’t be done solely by promoting new energy technologies and voluntary conservation. Consumers of oil and coal need a direct tax shock."

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"Al Gore's inconvenient tax". Christian Science Monitor. 5 July 2007: "Putting a crimp on global warming can’t be done solely by promoting new energy technologies and voluntary conservation. Consumers of oil and coal need a direct tax shock."

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