Greenpeace urges Taiwan to adopt a minimum carbon price of US$35 per tonne

04/20/2021 09:56 PM
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Taipei, April 20 (CNA) Greenpeace on Tuesday urged Taiwan's Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) to include the goal of carbon neutrality by 2050 and introduce a minimum carbon price of US$35 per metric ton, as part of the agency's proposed revision of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Management Act.


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