green tax


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green tax

n
any tax imposed with the aim of regulating activity in a way that benefits the environment
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Among various proposals tabled, the most popular one is an increase in the green tax to 0.
This green tax is to be handed over to the National Green Tribunal that is responsible for finding ways of reducing the pollution in Delhi.
Noting that green tax revenue has fallen to among the lowest in Europe at 1.
If both VAT and those green taxes were removed from bills for, say, the next five years, the saving to the ordinary consumer would be 15per cent, 10 per cent from green tax and 5 per cent VAT.
The used political variable in the model is the green tax index.
We look forward to developing valuable course content related to green tax incentives, depreciation, and new abandonment rules as well as our other areas of knowledge.
21 ( ANI ): Civic authorities in Shimla have imposed a green tax on non-state vehicles, with an aim to cut down traffic congestion in the region.
The attainment of a double dividend--the term traces back to David Pearce (1991)--was explicitly pronounced as part of the German green tax reform in 1999.
We are discussing a proposal to introduce Green Tax in the region which would be modelled on the lines of similar system in some of the EU and Far Eastern countries," Ali Al Kiyumi, the Director General of Nature Conservation, told Gulf News on the sidelines of a meeting of Environment Undersecretaries from the GCC member states.
GORDON BROWN'S road tax hike on older cars, far from being the green tax it is meant to be, is just another stealth tax on hardworking families.
As for the other green tax, the government has dramatically increased car tax.
And in this case, the change involves a tax shift, a green tax shift, that is.