24 May 2017 – Jason Dion (Research Associate, Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission) analyzes how Output-Based Allocations (OBAs) in carbon pricing schemes work and why they make sense. OBAs are a crucial element in the recently unveiled plan of Canada’s government to impose a federal carbon levy in provinces that do not implement their own carbon pricing scheme by 2018. Read the full article on the website of Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission.
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