Environmental Policy

Option For The Environmental Taxes With Considering Global Warming

Last Report of "Research Panel on Economic Instruments such as Taxation and Charges in Environmental Policies"

1995
Environment Agency

CONTENTS

  • LIST OF THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS OF RESEARCH PANEL
  • SUMMARY OF THIS REPORT
  • INTRODUCTION
    • 1Purport of the activity of the research panel
    • 2The results of the study of the research panel until now
    • 3Purport of preparation of this last report
  • CHAPTER 1
    THE SITUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL TAXES OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES
    • 1-1Actual situation of environmental taxes in foreign countries (Centering around carbon tax, carbon / energy tax)
    • 1-2Effect of environmental taxes and carbon tax
    • 1-3Environmental taxes system of OECD
  • CHAPTER 2
    MAIN POINTS AND OPTIONS FOR ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS
    AS COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST WARMING
    • 2-1Why tax utilization is required
      • 2-1-1Limitation of other measures
      • 2-1-2Emission right sales system
    • 2-2Concrete design of tax to prevent global warming
      • 2-2-1Subject of taxation
      • 2-2-2Taxation article/object of taxation
      • 2-2-3Taxation grades
      • 2-2-4Aim of taxation
      • 2-2-5Taxation level
      • 2-2-6Use of tax revenues
      • 2-2-7Economic influences
      • 2-2-8Relation with existing tax system
    • 2-3Detailed options of tax to prevent global warming which can be introduced in our country
  • OPTIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL TAX
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES 1:
    MODEL ANALYSIS RELATING TO CARBON TAX OPTION IDEA (AIM/JAPAN)
  • REFERENCES 2:
    EXAMPLES FOR TRANSACTION OF EMISSION RIGHT (USA)
    • 1.Tradable or marketable discharge permits system of air pollutants (Clean Air Act, 1974)
    • 2.Measuring Acid Fallout, (Clean Air Act, 1990)
    • 3.Emission right dealing on water pollution (based on S

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