“Going Beyond CAFE Standards: Feebate Financing Incentives for Fuel Economy” (September 3, 2010)
“A Decarbonization Strategy for the Electricity Sector: New-Source Subsidies” (January 13, 2010)
Circumventing the Weight-Versus-Footprint Tradeoffs in Vehicle Fuel Economy Regulation (December 14, 2009)
“Preserving Additionality of Complementary GHG-Reduction Actions Under Waxman-Markey” (June 16, 2009)
“The Role of Policy Logic in U.S. Climate Legislation” (July 23, 2009)
I have provided comments, testimony, and technical analysis for the following groups and activities (search for “Johnson”):
Western Environmental Law Center — Federal climate policy and states’ rights
Comments on Design Elements of the Cap-and-Trade Program (March 23, 2009)
AB 32 Input Solicitation
I have also published several peer-reviewed papers relating to climate policy:
Johnson, K., 2010. Circumventing the weight-versus-footprint tradeoffs in vehicle fuel economy regulation. Transportation Research Part D, Available online 20 May 2010.
Johnson, K., 2010. A decarbonization strategy for the electricity sector: New-source subsidies. Energy Policy 38 (2010) 2499–2507.
Johnson, K., 2006. Refunded emission taxes: A resolution to the cap-versus-tax dilemma for greenhouse gas regulation. Energy Policy 35 (5), 3115-3118.
Johnson, K., 2007. California’s greenhouse gas law, Assembly Bill 1493: Deficiencies, alternatives, and implications for regulatory climate policy. Energy Policy 35 (1), 362-372.
Johnson, K., 2006. Feebates: An effective regulatory instrument for cost-constrained environmental policy. Energy Policy 34 (18), 3965-3976.