ITR’s climate hub: Managing tax policy to fight climate change
After COP26, the world will have to implement tax policies as part of reducing global carbon emissions. Here ITR is offering a selection of its best climate coverage.
The 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) may not have satisfied all environmentalists, but the conference has shown that the world desperately needs to act. Tax policy will play a crucial part of any international attempt to prevent climate breakdown.
Governments will be considering such measures as carbon tax and border regimes. These initiatives will have a significant impact on the future of entire industries. Businesses will have to consider how they will meet their obligations and manage the impact of higher costs as the ‘new normal’.
ITR regularly surveys the market about climate change and the effect of various tax policies in tackling it. Below you can read the results of our surveys and our in-depth analysis of the data.
Tax policy and strategy
Here you can find a selection of ITR’s best news stories and features breaking down what companies can do to meet their obligations as the international tax system continues to change.
State of play in tax policy:
ESG strategy and compliance:
Oil and gas nations:
Transparency and the environment:
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As our reporters provide more insight on climate tax developments, we will update the above list of stories for you.