The U.S. Acid Rain Program: Key Insights from the Design, Operation, and Assessment of a Cap-and-Trade Program

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This document references the U. S. Acid Rain Program and looks at the Programs accomplishments and effects. Additionally, it offers the program as a template for implementing a Cap-and Trade Program.

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Napolitano, Sam; Schreifels, Jeremy; Stevens, Gabrielle; Witt, Maggie; LaCount, Melanie; Forte, Reynaldo et al. July 2017.

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This document references the U. S. Acid Rain Program and looks at the Programs accomplishments and effects. Additionally, it offers the program as a template for implementing a Cap-and Trade Program.

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"The authors' 15 years of experience with the Acid Rain Program suggests that for regional or larger-scale air pollution problems, such as acid rain and pollution transport, a well-designed cap-and-trade program can be cost-effective, flexible, and easy to implement with clear benefits that can be sustained into the future."

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  • The Electricity Journal, 20(7), August/September 2007, pp. 47-58

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  • Publication Title: The Electricity Journal
  • Volume: 20
  • Issue: 7
  • Page Start: 47
  • Page End: 58
  • Pages: 12

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Napolitano, Sam; Schreifels, Jeremy; Stevens, Gabrielle; Witt, Maggie; LaCount, Melanie; Forte, Reynaldo et al. The U.S. Acid Rain Program: Key Insights from the Design, Operation, and Assessment of a Cap-and-Trade Program, article, July 2017; Amsterdam, Netherlands. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc949530/: accessed April 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.