Davos: World needs $50-100 CO2 price, non-elite “ambassadors” to relay that message to a distrusting public

Published 12:28 on January 19, 2017  /  Last updated at 12:33 on January 19, 2017  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International, New Market Mechanisms, US  /  No Comments

A global carbon price of $50-100/tonne is needed to incentivise cleaner investment, but “trust-worthy ambassadors” need to be recruited by governments and companies to convey and explain this message amid rising populist movements and the public’s growing distrust of experts and ‘elites’.

A global carbon price of $50-100/tonne is needed to incentivise cleaner investment, but “trust-worthy ambassadors” need to be recruited by governments and companies to convey and explain this message amid rising populist movements and the public’s growing distrust of experts and ‘elites’.

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