UK needs wider, higher, and simpler carbon pricing, report says

Published 20:53 on September 21, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:02 on September 21, 2020  /  Carbon Taxes, CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Post-Brexit Britain needs to expand its carbon pricing to more sectors at a rate rising to at least £75/tonne ($95, €80) by 2030 to put it on a path to reach its 2050 net zero emissions target, according to a report published by an expert group Monday.

Post-Brexit Britain needs to expand its carbon pricing to more sectors at a rate rising to at least £75/tonne ($95, €80) by 2030 to put it on a path to reach its 2050 net zero emissions target, according to a report published by an expert group Monday.

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