So it's a big deal that we dont fully price the damages from CO2. Why do we keep falling short with carbon pricing?
1. Subsidies for additional mitigation above what a constrained carbon price would deliver reduce further climate externalities. If marginal reduction in externalities exceeds marginal distortions from the subsidy, welfare and efficiency improve.
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