Carbon pricing of $50/t needed next decade, says report backed by big emitters

Published 15:05 on April 25, 2017  /  Last updated at 06:40 on April 26, 2017  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, Climate Talks, EMEA, International  /  No Comments

Explicit carbon pricing rising to around $50/tonne next decade and $100 in the 2030s is needed among other policies to ensure global emissions are cut in line with Paris Agreement goals, according to a report backed by several energy companies, investors and non-profit organisations.

Explicit carbon pricing rising to around $50/tonne next decade and $100 in the 2030s is needed among other policies to ensure global emissions are cut in line with Paris Agreement goals, according to a report backed by several energy companies, investors and non-profit organisations.

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