What is Carbon Tax?
Under a carbon tax, the government sets a price that emitters must pay for each ton of greenhouse gas emissions they emit. Businesses and consumers will take steps, such as switching fuels or adopting new technologies, to reduce their emissions to avoid paying the tax.
- Climate change and net zero – How carbon pricing is gaining traction as the most efficient way to reduce emissions
- Carbon taxes and international trade: What are the key issues?
- Real carbon taxes are the next big political battle
- OECD: Effective Carbon Rates 2021 – Pricing Carbon Emissions through Taxes and Emissions Trading
- OECD: Review of carbon pricing and carbon taxes in G20 economies
- US and EU agree to end steel and aluminum tariffs and cooperate to address carbon intensity
- UN Launches Handbook on Carbon Taxation
- Carbon Taxes in Europe (as of April 1, 2020)
- European Commission releases proposal for a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
- European Union – Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism – border levy to prevent carbon leakage
- European Union – Customs Aspects of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
- From January 2023, the European Commission wants to introduce a reporting obligation related to carbon tax
- EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism: ensuring your supply chain is compliant
- Austria – Draft bill
Check also the previous articles on ”Looking back @2021”
- E-Commerce VAT Directive launched in the EU per July 1, 2021
- Next to the EU, 14 countries implemented VAT on E-Commerce, another 7 will implement in 2022
- Saudi-Arabia is the first country in the Middle East launching E-Invoicing, UAE may follow
- The concept of Fixed Establishments remains a major risk, and even why?
- Intrastat: Major updates applicable as of Jan 1, 2022
- Implementation/changes E-Invoicing & Real Time Reporting during 2021
- ECJ cases decided in 2021 on ”Taxable Amount”