Nova Scotia proposes bill to replace cap-and-trade programme with emissions-based system

Published 22:26 on October 18, 2022  /  Last updated at 22:26 on October 18, 2022  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

The Progressive Conservative government of the Canadian Maritime province of Nova Scotia on Tuesday presented an alternate plan for meeting Canada's federally mandated carbon price of C$65/tonne in 2023, which if passed would replace Nova Scotia's three-year-old cap-and-trade programme.

The Progressive Conservative government of the Canadian Maritime province of Nova Scotia on Tuesday presented an alternate plan for meeting Canada’s federally mandated carbon price of C$65/tonne in 2023, which if passed would replace Nova Scotia’s three-year-old cap-and-trade programme.

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