The role of tax reform in a green recovery: how the autumn budget can help the UK build back better

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21 September, 2020

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In this online event, we were joined by an expert panel who discussed the role of tax reform in driving a green recovery from Covid-19.

We explored the UK’s current ‘green tax’ landscape, and presented a series of steps that the Government can take to ensure that pollution is more fairly and consistently priced across the UK economy.

We also discussed the importance of public perception in shaping climate policy interventions, and why the Autumn Spending Review is a vital opportunity for the UK to demonstrate leadership ahead of COP26.


Libby Peake (chair)

Professor Sam Fankhauser

Hannah Dillon

James Roaf

Professor Nicholas Pidgeon MBE

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