Listen now | Henrik Nordborg is a physics professor at the Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences, and program director for the university’s Renewable Energy and Environmental Technology. He has developed the Global Climate Compensation Fund, a plan to tax fossil fuel companies and redistribute those funds to every nation around the world. He explains why a fund is necessary, the key differences between GCC and other carbon tax proposals, and why redistributing the funds to developing nations is crucial.
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