LSE study predicts modest carbon tax would increase consumer prices by just 0.9 per cent, while driving emission cuts
A "modest" uniform carbon tax of £20 a tonne would have a negligible impact on consumer prices, according to a new study that attempts to make the case for wider adoption of carbon pricing policies. ...
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