No benefit in ditching NZ ETS for carbon tax, MPs told

Published 10:40 on September 19, 2017  /  Last updated at 10:40 on September 19, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, New Zealand  /  No Comments

Scrapping the New Zealand emissions trading scheme in favour of a carbon tax would still leave the nation’s GHG reduction achievements dependant on political will, while possibly delaying those cuts and damaging government credibility, a group of MPs have been told.

Scrapping the New Zealand emissions trading scheme in favour of a carbon tax would still leave the nation’s GHG reduction achievements dependant on political will, while possibly delaying those cuts and damaging government credibility, a group of MPs have been told.

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