Under new climate plan, France to raise domestic CO2 tax above €100/t by 2030

Published 15:08 on July 6, 2017  /  Last updated at 14:35 on September 18, 2017  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

France will raise its domestic carbon tax to levels “higher or significantly higher” than €100/tonne by 2030, Environment Minister Nicolas Hulot announced on Thursday as he unveiled his government’s new five-year plan to fight climate change.

France will raise its domestic carbon tax to levels “higher or significantly higher” than €100/tonne by 2030, Environment Minister Nicolas Hulot announced on Thursday as he unveiled his government’s new five-year plan to fight climate change.

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