COP25: Chile ETS study, CO2 tax changes may stall as beleaguered government changes tack on climate action

Published 19:29 on December 8, 2019  /  Last updated at 14:07 on October 9, 2020  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, Climate Talks, REDD, South & Central, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Plans for a Chilean cap-and-trade programme and the passage of carbon tax reforms may stall as the country's beleaguered government rolls out a sweeping economic recovery plan and backtracks on other its other climate action efforts in response to mass protests over living costs.

Plans for a Chilean cap-and-trade programme and the passage of carbon tax reforms may stall as the country’s beleaguered government rolls out a sweeping economic recovery plan and backtracks on other its other climate action efforts in response to mass protests over living costs.

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