Dan DiLeo in Political Theology Today

Millennial writer Dan DiLeo has a new article on “Thomistic Virtue Jurisprudence and a National Carbon Tax” in Political Theology Today. He writes:

Several points must be effectively communicated: the ways that climate change viciously harms the poor; the need for carbon tax revenue to be refunded in a way that prioritizes the poor; and commitment to protect American producers under carbon taxation. To the extent that these steps are taken, it is increasingly likely that Americans will recognize the positive pedagogical function of a carbon tax and be disposed to support this policy. As such, Kaveny’s Thomistic virtue jurisprudence represents a powerful yet unrealized tool in the effort to enact a national carbon tax in the U.S.

The full article can be read here.