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EXCLUSIVE COP27: IMF chief says $75/ton carbon price needed by 2030

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IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said the pace of change in the real economy was still "way too slow" Recent analysis by the World Bank-affiliated group suggests the sum total of global commitments on reducing climate-damaging emissions would see them fall just 11% by mid-century.
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EXCLUSIVE COP27: IMF chief says $75/ton carbon price needed by 2030

By Simon Jessop, Seham Eloraby and Valerie Volcovici SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt - The price of carbon needs to average at least $75 a ton globally by the end of the decade for global climate goals to succeed, the head of the International Monetary Fund told Reuters. Speaking on the sidelines of the COP27 climate talks in the Egyptian coastal resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, IMF Managing

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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COP27: IMF chief says $75/ton carbon price needed by 2030

SHARM EL-SHEIKH -- The price of carbon needs to average at least $75 a ton globally by the end of the decade for global climate goals to succeed, the head of the International Monetary Fund told Reuters.

3 months ago·Canada
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IMF: $75/ton carbon price needed by 2030

The price of carbon needs to average at least $75 a ton globally by the end of the decade for global climate goals to succeed, the head of the International Monetary Fund told Reuters on Sunday (November 6).

3 months ago·Southport, Australia
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IMF Chief calls for $75 per ton global carbon tax standard to reach 2030 climate goals

The Head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called for a global standard on carbon pricing, emphasising the goal to reach stated climate goals by the year 2030. Talking to the news agency...

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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IMF: $75/ton carbon price needed by 2030

The price of carbon needs to average at least $75 a ton globally by the end of the decade for global climate goals to succeed, the head of the International Monetary Fund told Reuters on Sunday (November 6).

3 months ago·Hobart, Australia
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Price of carbon needs to average $75 a tonne globally by 2030, says IMF chief

Kristalina Georgieva says the pace of change in the real economy is still ‘way too slow’

3 months ago·Johannesburg, South Africa
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