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Asia's Slow Start To Pollution Pricing Instruments

Arun Pai, Executive-In-Residence, Monk's Hill Ventures

18-Aug-22 07:30

Asia's Slow Start To Pollution Pricing Instruments

It is accepted that pollution pricing instruments are key in achieving in reducing greenhouse emissions but Asia is struggling to adopt this against a backdrop of soaring inflation, rising energy prices and economic instability. So unsurprisingly, carbon markets and taxes in this region are mostly off to a slow and disappointing start. Arun Pai, Executive-In-Residence at Monk's Hill Ventures tells us where the gaps are.

Produced by: Philip See, Sim Wie Boon

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Keith Kam


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Categories:  marketseconomyenvironmentLaw/Activism

Tags:  carbon marketscarbon taxgreenwashinggreenhouse gas emissionscarbon footprints





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