Canada should get rid of climate policies that aren’t cost-effective compared to carbon pricing -report

Published 16:33 on June 9, 2017  /  Last updated at 22:36 on June 9, 2017  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes  /  No Comments

Canada’s federal and provincial governments should abandon some climate policies that don’t complement their carbon pricing measures, such as rebates for electric cars, because they are expensive for what they accomplish, according to a new report.

Canada’s federal and provincial governments should abandon some climate policies that don’t complement their carbon pricing measures, such as rebates for electric cars, because they are expensive for what they accomplish, according to a new report.

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