High greenhouse gas emitters should pay for carbon they produce, says IMF - short news
Companies should be subject to globally agreed carbon floor price to reach Paris climate goals
Companies with high greenhouse gas emissions should be subject to a carbon price of $75 a tonne of carbon dioxide, the International Monetary Fund has said, as a way of reaching the goals of the Paris climate agreement.
A carbon floor price would mean that companies, including energy generators and heavy industries, would have to pay for the carbon they produce. At present, many..
source: The Guardian - 18.06.2021