No, a Carbon Tax Won’t Save the Environment

Yes, a Carbon Tax is Funded by Fossil Fuel Companies. So is the Carbon Fee and Dividend. There sure is a lot of information being released about a Carbon Tax lately. EmissionsTax… not so much. Why? Because there is no funding for EmissionsTax. The narrative, just like with tobacco, is being controlled by special interests. They pay the groups that spread their messages, fund their fundraising efforts to buy ads, award millions to charities and organizations that do their bidding. A quick search of “largest environmental organizations” brought me to a Forbes list and so I clicked on the Conservation Fund’s stats. So in 2010 (almost 10 years ago), the Conservation Fund paid Lawrence Selzer over $600,000 to lead the organization. That year, they took in 171 million dollars and spent 194 million – loosing 23 million dollars. Certainly a non-profit. In 2018, funding was zero. Not a good year. Telling the truth doesn’t pay well. I have opened a new business, New England Marketing & Efficiency, along with studying programming and building my web development skills. The Conservation Fund is not alone in their earnings in environmental stewardship. They have surely done some amazing things. The top 14 … Continue reading No, a Carbon Tax Won’t Save the Environment