Table of Contents

1. Taxes on green products: entangled in the system

Taxation up to 50% on green products for rich and poor alike

Other governmental decisions burden green costs

Untaxing green products is not simple

Compensating taxes with subsidies

Taxing out fossil fuels with carbon pricing

Green transition: stuck in inequalities and unfair tax plans

Carbon pricing enacted by geopolitics after 2020

Carbon pricing to spark a green boom overcoming inequality?

2. A tax-free parallel market to reduce inequalities

A parallel tax-free system like the black market

A green-currency exclusively in green-bank accounts

Control of the green-bank accounts of green-corporations

The rest of the economy unaffected by green-accounts

Individuals can earn green-money and exchange it into regular dollars

The starting point of green-currency

Regulation of the green-currency by the Fed

Limited spending in green-money into the regular economy

Tax-free green-products

Machines and components to build green-products to be included in the green-market

Cheaper prices of green-products for transparent competition

Green-products manufactured in struggling areas to reduce inequalities

Approving other green-products from suppliers

No tax loss as green-products are nonexistent

Large profits taxed outside the green-market

Tax-free for long

Price of green-products: just tax-free, but not a CO2 emission gauge

3. A symbolic carbon tax in a new black-money to simplify the control of the green-market

A new black-cent inside green-accounts

Introduction of these black cents

Tracing oil and coal in the rest of the economy

Easier control of green-corporations

Voluntary green-accounts for regular corporations

Green-accounts as a carbon footprint gauge for voluntary individuals

Black-cents could hurt way less than carbon pricing

Quotas of black-cents before any carbon pricing

Ratcheting up the tax in black-cents: maybe never

4. A monetary solution to reduce inequalities and contain global warming?