Can Markets Solve Climate Change? This Democratic Socialist Thinks So.

"The most important difference between Clinton and Sanders on climate change concerns whether the United States should put a price on carbon. Clinton has repeatedly skirted the issue, and she offers no plan to tax or cap carbon emissions. Sanders, on the other hand, strongly supports putting a price on carbon, harnessing market forces to address climate change. That's right--of all the candidates for president, it is the democratic socialist who wants to use the market to reduce carbon emissions."

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