California climate change policies will likely hike fuel prices. From Uncover California, the estimated increase in fuel prices based on California’s climate change policies will be between $0.14 and $0.69 per gallon. The increased costs will “likely” be passed on to the consumer. likely? That’s a euphemism. The article also says that “Thus far, California’s efforts to cut carbon emissions and boost renewable energy have not hit consumers financially. ” I wonder if that references is to fuel, because if you are in the green energy business, California is a good market.
How many degrees of global warming will this prevent and what’s the cost per degree?