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Global carbon price of US$100 needed according to Nobel Prize-winning economist

Monday 18 Oct 21 10:30am

 

ECONOMIST William Nordhouse, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize in economics for his work on climate change, argues a global carbon price of around US$100 per tonne is needed if the world is to successfully tackle climate change.

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