101 Countries Consider Carbon Pricing as Part of their Paris Agreement Commitments
Last week, three new carbon tax proposals were released in Congress: Rep. Rooney’s bill and Rep. Lipinski’s bill in the House of Representatives, and the Coons/Feinstein bill in the Senate. Given the unprecedented level of movement in Congress surrounding carbon tax legislation, the Center on Global Energy Policy’s Carbon Tax Research Initiative launched a new online resource that explains what you need to know about a federal carbon tax in the United States, including comparisons of the existing federal carbon tax legislation introduced thus far.
Supported by GIZ Global Carbon Market Project in East Africa on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) in cooperation with the UNFCCC Regional Collaboration Center Kampala, Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda established the East African Alliance on Carbon Markets and Climate Finance in June 2019.
Policy Options, the digital magazine of the Montreal-based Institute for Research on Public Policy, recently published a series of articles and a podcast on how carbon pricing has evolved at the federal and provincial/territorial level in Canada.
Hosted by the Federal Government of Brazil, the LACCW is organized by a partnership of international and regional organizations and by the City of Salvador da Bahía where the event will take place from 19 to 23 August 2019.