Could an economy-wide carbon tax boost public support for climate action?

Michael Holder
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Policy Exchange report argues a unified carbon tax in the UK with revenues paid as a dividend to taxpayers could cut emissions and tackle carbon leakage

A shake-up in carbon pricing policy so that UK taxpayers receive a direct annual dividend from an economy-wide carbon tax could level the playing-field for industry, help prevent carbon leakage, and boost...

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