New York carbon pricing bill fails to receive Senate vote for third straight year

Published 18:18 on June 22, 2018  /  Last updated at 18:31 on June 22, 2018  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

An extensive climate justice bill that would have implemented a “market-based compliance mechanism” in New York along with a suite of other GHG targets and environmental justice provisions did not advance to a vote for the third year running as the state Senate wrapped up this week.

An extensive climate justice bill that would have implemented a “market-based compliance mechanism” in New York along with a suite of other GHG targets and environmental justice provisions did not advance to a vote for the third year running as the state Senate wrapped up this week.

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