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 Carbon Taxation - Economics Dictionary of Arguments
 
Carbon taxation: A carbon tax is a fee imposed on the burning of fossil fuels based on the amount of carbon dioxide they emit. It aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by making polluters pay for the environmental cost, encouraging businesses and individuals to shift toward cleaner energy sources. See also Taxation, Corbon pricing, Emission permits, Emissions trading, Emissions.
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Author Item    More concepts for author
Fankhauser, Samuel Carbon Taxation   Fankhauser, Samuel
Government Policy Carbon Taxation   Government Policy
International Policies Carbon Taxation   International Policies
Saez, Emmanuel Carbon Taxation   Saez, Emmanuel
Stavins, Robert N. Carbon Taxation   Stavins, Robert N.
Zucman, Gabriel Carbon Taxation   Zucman, Gabriel

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-07-13