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Carbon pricing gains traction, but not enough to hit climate goal Logo cgma

  Alexis See Tho |   Free |   Jun 2021 |   FM magazine

The latest World Bank report shows more than a fifth of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions are now covered by carbon pricing schemes. Accountants may have new tasks related to carbon trading.

Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: Business: Macroeconomic analysis, Advanced
  • Management accounting: Technical: Business planning: Planning, forecasting & budgeting, Advanced

1 Comments/Reflections

Daniel Peruzzi-Kwan

Daniel Peruzzi-Kwan Dec 2021

A short article that mainly underlines the point that carbon emmissions accross the globe are not being reduced at a quick enugh rate.

Countries placing carbon costs on companies may be a good place to start but countries choosing to invest in clean energy. Perhapse Nuclear Fission for now although it creates waste that is difficult to dispose of this is something that could be solved in the future. Perhapse trading one issue now for one in the future...