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In the absence of stronger federal leadership, many states are enacting their own climate goals and policies. They serve as laboratories, demonstrating what's effective and informing national policy.

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State Carbon Pricing Policies

Compared to command-and-control regulations, carbon pricing is a market-based mechanism that creates financial incentives to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Ten states that are home to over a quarter of the U.S. population and account for a third of U.S. …

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Blog Post
2018 Will Belong to ‘The Climate Doers’
Webinar
Status Update on RGGI and Lessons Learned on Cap and Trade
Webinar
Pricing Externalities in Wholesale Power Markets
State Climate Policy Maps
Financing Resilience
State Action on Resilience
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Framework for Engaging Small- and Medium-sized Businesses in Maryland on Climate Resilience

Many small businesses are not aware of the risks they face from changing climate conditions, and may not have plans in place to respond and recover from weather events. This issue is especially important in Maryland, where small businesses—defined as …

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Market-Based State Policy
California Cap and Trade