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  • n. green tax

Etymologies

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eco- +‎ tax

Examples

  • At the November 2007 OPEC summit meeting in Vienna when Ecuador came back to this organization, OPEC approved in principle a resolution in support of the Yasuni-ITT proposal (to leave oil in the ground in a territory with uncontacted indigenous people and of great biodiversity value), and it also voiced interest in the so-called Daly-Correa ecotax.

    Herman Daly Festschrift~ Socially Sustainable Economic Degrowth

  • This ecotax would make acceptance of climate change easier for oil exporting countries (and also, if imitated, for gas and coal exporting countries).

    Herman Daly Festschrift~ Socially Sustainable Economic Degrowth

  • They may also be implemented in the context of broader economic issues, such as shifting the tax burden from labour to non-renewable resources through an ecotax at the national or multinational level (see chapter 11).

    Chapter 9

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