carbon pricing

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Governments could facilitate the use of natural gas to replace diesel fuel and gasoline.


9:46AM
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Carbon taxes take a beating—north and south

Washington State voters rejected a proposed US$15 per tonne carbon tax.


2:33PM
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Handouts are far costlier than emission tax revenues to fund reductions in other tax rates.


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The carbon taxman is coming

The federal carbon price will reach $50.00 per tonne by 2022.


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Trudeau government carbon tax plan rife with problems

For carbon pricing to be efficient and economically benign, it must be emplaced in lieu of regulations.


12:39PM
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One reason for a federation is to pursue different approaches to policy.


10:53AM
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The plan doesn’t account for job losses, lower wages and reduced investment when calculating the impacts of the carbon tax on Canadian households.


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Minister McKenna wrong on carbon pricing and growth in Ontario

The Trudeau government plan relies on rebates to households instead of reductions in tax rates.


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Minister McKenna wrong on relationship between carbon taxes and growth

Minister McKenna is wrong to imply that policy action on emissions is a necessary condition for economic growth in Canada.


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Trudeau government carbon-pricing plan not in line with Nobel Prize-winning analysis

Federal plan adds more regulations to the mix—then sticks a carbon tax on top.