Can a national carbon price be made fair and effective?

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Can a national carbon price be made fair and effective?

Conventional fiscal thinking needs to be turned on its head to implement a fairer, more effective approach to net zero, according to the authors of a new report

Could the combination of the UK's strengthened climate targets and Brexit lead to a revival in the debate around carbon taxation? That is the question being asked by a growing band of academics and a new...

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