Wednesday, February 8, 2017

WTO allowed Legacy tax schedules for each producing bordered area based on historic contribution to global pollution by bordered market area as tax on imports from that market area

The burden of pollution ought to reflect historic contributions not just present remedies

An export from the us would pay a higher entry tax then say an identical product from Zimbabwe

Of course this is a counter current to border taxes based on carbon content of actual product

Say Zimbabwe has no pigou tax on carbon emissions
Competing products from US and Zimbabwe
 the two legacy payments are set against each other
By  any third bordered market area