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  • Published: Jul 9th, 2009
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China, India Lash out at Talk of Carbon Tariffs


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China and India have denounced the possibility that developed countries might impose carbon tariffs on goods imported from countries that do not strictly regulate their greenhouse gas emissions. Such a policy would

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3 Responses to “China, India Lash out at Talk of Carbon Tariffs”


  1. Don Pratt
    on Jul 10th, 2009
    @ 8:43 am

    I am lucky. I live on the top of a hill. If the sea leval rises by 2 metrs it will not bother me. Yet in India and China where millions of people would be flooded out of their homes, starved as farmland is flooded even if the sea level rose by only 100mm they do not seem to care. Yet we in the UK should cut energy use and CO2 emissions. Where will they go when their feet get wet and they are starving? Russia? I think not.


  2. Jake Colvin: Obama vs. Krugman: Five Reasons the President’s Right on Carbon Tariffs - My First New Blog
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 8:08 am

    [...] 2. Carbon tariffs could ignite a green trade war and harm the U.S. economy. China and India have called U.S. proposals for a carbon tariff unacceptable and protectionist and have hinted at retaliation. [...]


  3. Jake Colvin: Obama vs. Krugman: Five Reasons the President’s Right on Carbon Tariffs | Obama Biden White House
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 8:30 am

    [...] 2. Carbon tariffs could ignite a green trade war and harm the U.S. economy. China and India have called U.S. proposals for a carbon tariff unacceptable and protectionist and have hinted at retaliation. [...]

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