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Gilmore, Regan (August 2017). Simulating the impact of a CO2-equivalent Meat Tax on Grain and Livestock Markets. Presented at Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Experience poster fair, Lincoln, NE.
What are the potential effects of imposing a carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent tax on meat consumption, including beef, pork, and poultry, on U.S. livestock and grain markets and greenhouse gas emissions?
This is the second half of a research project introduced in the poster entitled "Using an Equilibrium Displacement Model to Simulate the Impact of an Environmental Meat Tax on Grain and Livestock Markets," online at https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/ucareresearch/125/