Panorama of explicit carbon prices

7 October 2016 - Special issues

In September 2016, I4CE updated its database on carbon pricing policies and published a panorama of explicit carbon pricing policies.

This panorama presents an implementation timeline, a world map and a table that together, provide information on:

  • the jurisdictions that have implemented or plan to implement explicit carbon pricing policies,
  • the type of instrument chosen,
  • the sectors covered,
  • the carbon

carbon pricing

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