Thursday October 29, 2020

Climate is going to influence budgetary policy from now on

Taxation is among the many tools that can be utilised to favourably influence economic patterns

17th October, 2020
The EU Green Deal is testament to this and reflects a determination that new investment arising as a result of various stimulus packages

Notwithstanding the terrible pandemic we are living through, the climate change question has continued to create headlines and is likely to take centre stage in our lives for the foreseeable future.

The similarities between the Covid-19 crisis and climate change have been well documented. The reality is that as national governments and the European Union plan for a post-Covid-19 economic recovery, the green agenda is assuming real significance, particularly as part of the various stimulus...

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