Canada needs C$150/t CO2 price to hit 2030 goal, but trading helps slash costs -study

Published 21:38 on March 31, 2017  /  Last updated at 21:51 on March 31, 2017  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

Canada’s national carbon price must rise to a minimum C$150 per tonne by 2030 in order to achieve its emission goals, but inter-provincial trading could cut those costs dramatically, according to a study published Friday.

Canada’s national carbon price must rise to a minimum C$150 per tonne by 2030 in order to achieve its emission goals, but inter-provincial trading could cut those costs dramatically, according to a study published Friday.

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