Revenues from Carbon Tax – What Would You Do With It?
Carbon Tax was introduced in Ireland in 2009. Since then it has raised over €3 billion in revenue for the Exchequer.
The current rate of the Carbon Tax is €20 per tonne on all applicable fuels. The
Climate Change Advisory Council have recommended the rate be increased to €80 per tonne
by 2030, while the Joint Oireachtas Committee are of the view that a carbon price trajectory
would play an important role in the State’s response to climate change.
The Department of Finance is asking us what we think should be done with the extra monies that would be raised by an increase in Carbon Tax.
The closing date for submissions is Fri. 28 June at 5:00 pm
To Download the Consultation Document – CLICK HERE
How to Respond
The preferred means of response is by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you may respond by post to:
Use of Carbon Tax Revenues – Public Consultation,
Department of Finance,
Upper Merrion Street,
Dublin 2 D02 R583
Please include contact details if you are responding by post.
ERSI Report advising Carbon Tax impacts poorer and rural households most welcomed by Irish Rural Link – CLICK HERE for Leitrim PPN website article.
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