All this time I was thinking that common-pool resources are common goods, until I read this excerpt from a book.
Common pool resources can be depleted by overuse.
For example, an area of communal grazing land would be a common pool resource because grazing too many animals decreases the amount of grass available to each animal.
Wikipedia is a common good but are not a common pool resource - reading a lot of articles on Wikipedia does not reduce the number of articles available for everyone else to read.
A useful reference is the matrix proposed by Elinor Ostrom:
Source: Hess & Ostrom (2007)
Common-pool resources (= Common goods, Wikipedia):
using them impacts others + exclusion is difficult (e.g. the climate)
Public goods (= Collective goods, Source):
using them does not impact others + exclusion is difficult (e.g. knowledge)
i.e. what Taylor says is that privatising the atmosphere would not resolve the collective action problem; although it would make sense given that its use is subtractable (= rivalrous) it cannot be done because exclusion is difficult.