Combined UK carbon and health tax on food could save 40 Mt CO2 per year -report

Published 14:26 on June 8, 2022  /  Last updated at 19:16 on June 8, 2022  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, UK ETS  /  No Comments

Combined carbon and health taxes on food products could significantly contribute to the UK's 2050 net zero emissions target by cutting nearly 40 Mt of CO2e per year mainly via their influence on consumer choices, according to a study published this week.

Combined carbon and health taxes on food products could significantly contribute to the UK’s 2050 net zero emissions target by cutting nearly 40 Mt of CO2e per year mainly via their influence on consumer choices, according to a study published this week.

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