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‘Climate dividend’ from carbon revenues could spur just transition, study says

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The NAVIGATE study argues that emissions reductions across all sectors of the economy can only be achieved through a combination of producer and consumer-oriented policies (Photo: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg)

An annual payment could shield households from the negative impacts of carbon pricing, while also reducing inequality, suggests EU research

The distribution of a climate dividend could overcome the heavy burden of climate policy costs on the world’s population, show the results of a four-year, cross-border policy research project sponsored ...

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