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Could carbon pricing be the secret to meeting the Paris Agreement?

The global average carbon pricing is only $2 per ton. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Christine Lagarde

President, European Central Bank

Vitor Gaspar

Director of the Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF

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Effects of climate change might be uneven across regions but carbon pricing serves as a common solution Image: IMF

Emissions impact of carbon pricing scenarios Image: IMF

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