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TAXING OR TRADING: Which way should we go?

Tuesday 22 Aug 17 10:00am

New York Times

IS TAXING†or trading the best way to get New Zealandís emissions down?

A panel including Motu researchers Dr Suzi Kerr and Catherine Leining, former Green Party co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons, business journalist Rod Oram, retired journalist Pat Baskett, climate scientist Dr James Renwick, Our Climate Declaration convenor Joanna Santa Barbara and Wellington sustainability campaigner Paul Bruce recently debated the pros and cons of the Emissions Trading Scheme versus a carbon tax.

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Related Topics: Emissions trading | ETS | Politics | Tax


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