China could introduce a carbon tax in 2015

China is facing a grim future because of climate change, massive pollutions and increasing prices of fossil fuels. To curb its booming energy consumption, it may soon introduce a carbon tax. As China Daily noted : ” China is considering levying a carbon tax within the next three years to tighten its regulations on polluting… Continue reading China could introduce a carbon tax in 2015

Higher gas prices and lower income tax

By browsing through the RSS feed of the Oil Drum I came across an interesting article on how increasing gas prices and lowering income tax in the meantime could bring huge benefits. This is not new to me as I have already discussed this very topic in my review of Le Plein s’il vous plaĆ®t… Continue reading Higher gas prices and lower income tax

US Congress should extend renewables tax credit

According to the Daily Green, the US Congress should renew as soon as possible its tax credit for renewable energy companies and this for four different reasons. From high oil prices to the unemployment rate and from climate change to the unrest of some oil producing regions, there are several grounds for us to want… Continue reading US Congress should extend renewables tax credit