Future of the Environment

Carbon pricing is effective in reducing emissions, largest-ever study finds

The study controlled for a long-list of other factors. Image: Unsplash

Frank Jotzo

Director, Australian National University

Paul Burke

Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University

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Emissions are from fuel combustion and include road-sector emissions.
Emissions are from fuel combustion and include road-sector emissions. Image: Best, Burke, Jotzo 2020
The higher the price, the larger the emissions reductions.
The higher the price, the larger the emissions reductions. Image: The Conversation
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