Ruby Wincele performs research on past, present and future carbon pricing systems and climate policy in the United States. She is pursuing her B.S. in Economics and Mathematics at Northeastern University, with a focus on environmental policy and equitable food systems. Her past experience includes conducting research and helping to create the “Today I Learned: Climate” podcast at the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative, and advocating for state-level carbon pricing with Our Climate.

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California has an economy-wide cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gases (GHG) that began in 2012 and now covers electricity, transportation, industry, and heating. About 45% of the revenues from cap-and trade are invested in programs to further reduce greenhouse gases across economic sectors through the California Climate Investments …

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