Latest articles on Carbon Tax

Seoul to fine Volkswagen over ‘illicit’ emissions devices

The charges are linked to over 434 000 Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche cars fitted with "defeat devices" to fool regulators' emissions tests

Industry and campaigners spar over carbon tax

The new tax, the first of its type in Africa, was cautiously introduced last month in the first of several gradual step

Carbon tax gets a muted welcome

Critics range from those who feel it is too little too late to those who feel they should be exempted from it

Kenya: Solar motorcycles take on Nairobi smog

Nairobi's reliance on motorcycles is hindering efforts to reduce carbon emissions, as manufacturers struggle to adapt to clean energy technology

Enviro action plan for South Africa

Sipho Kings has compiled a list of tasks government should tackle this year to solve environmental problems and secure our collective future

Editorial: Your earth, take action

Change is happening at such a rate that animals, plants and ecosystems cannot evolve fast enough to survive

Carbon tax: Saving the world on the cheap

A carbon tax is a small way local industries can make a big reduction in carbon emissions.

Big business stalls crucial carbon tax

Industry and even some state bodies have been putting pressure on the treasury to change its approach.

Large emitters ask for carbon trading scheme

Six large energy companies have asked the United Nations for help in setting up a carbon pricing scheme that would include their operations.

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Auditor-General of South Africa seeks request for information

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