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South Africa : A case study on carbon pricing

17 May 2015 - Special issues
  • In view of South Africa’s heavy reliance on coal, developing a Carbon Tax combined with offsets is a unique approach to establishing a low carbon economy. South Africa’s carbon tax, coming into force in 2016, makes for an interesting study on the implementation of carbon pricing mechanisms in Africa.
  • Published in May 2015 by I4CE together with the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).
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