Subsidies and Carbon Trading Scheme Comparisons
Climatic changes caused by greenhouse gas emissions are a serious and complex environmental problem. Greenhouse gas emissions can hardly be reduced since it is closely linked to the use of fossil fuels, the main catalyst for the growth of the modern economy. Of particular relevance, the national mechanisms for reducing emissions were reflected in the results of the COP25 held in Madrid. This paper discusses the features of the national carbon trading systems of Great Britain and New Zealand.
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The problem of reducing greenhouse gas emissions is associated with many key economic categories, such as economic growth and technological progress, population growth and inequality. It increasingly determines the development way of the most significant sectors, such as energy, transport, and agriculture. The main market-based tools for limi...
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