The Carbon Pricing Watch 2015

World Bank

[Energy Guardian] Efforts to put a price on carbon, including tax regimes and regional or national carbon markets, are picking up ahead of this year’s United Nations climate talks and the initiatives are now worth $48 billion, but more must be done to meet the goal of those negotiations, according to a new World Bank Analysis.
The Carbon Pricing Watch 2015, conducted with the consulting firm Ecofys, noted that 40 countries and more 20 city and regional governments have introduced taxes or market-based carbon pricing methods.


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