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Gary Johnson Backs CO2 ‘Fee’ To Fight ‘Global Warming’ – ‘I do believe that it is man-caused’ 

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http://dailycaller.com/2016/08/22/gary-johnson-backs-co2-fee-to-fight-global-warming/

Libertarian Party presidential nominee and former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson said he’s no skeptic of man-made global warming and endorsed a “fee” on carbon dioxide emissions.

It’s all part of his “free market” approach to global warming, Johnson told the Juneau Empire in an article published Sunday.

“I do believe that climate change is occurring,” Johnson said. “I do believe that it is man-caused” and “that there can be and is a free-market approach to climate change.”

Johnson’s “free market” approach to global warming includes “a fee — not a tax, he said — placed on carbon” to make those who emit the greenhouse gas pay the supposed cost of their actions, according to the Juneau

Johnson said: “I don’t want to do anything that harms jobs.”

It’s not exactly clear how a “fee” on CO2 would be different than a “tax,” but Johnson’s announcement was picked up by environmentalists



Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2016/08/22/gary-johnson-backs-co2-fee-to-fight-global-warming/#ixzz4I4eHclgG

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