UCLA Study Quantifies Value of Cap and Trade Program to Low-Income Californians


A new study by the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation, Protecting the Most Vulnerable: A Financial Analysis of Cap and Trade’s Impact on Households in Disadvantaged Communities Across California shows the value of cap and trade programming and compliance costs to low-income Californians. Disadvantaged communities are found to have a net positive financial impact in costs associated with each analyzed fuel type (electricity, natural gas, gasoline).

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