Should Boulder replace 2 existing taxes with one (higher) tax to fund climate initiatives?
Climate tax is imperative for planet’s future — and our own
Boulder should invest in direct action, backed by cost-benefit analysis
Proposed climate tax would replace two existing taxes, raise $6.5M in first year
City council embraces new approach, pressures Xcel to keep pace
City emissions could be double previous estimates
What happened in the People's Republic during the pandemic? A lot.
Last measure rejected at the ballot was 2009 funding for affordable housing
Large, spread-out housing driving climate change-causing emissions
$4-5M extra needed each year to meet city's emission reduction goals