As the climate change and decarbonisation agenda takes hold across the global landscape, there is increasing focus on the key strategies which could influence carbon behaviour at all levels of society. In this regard, the question of using tax policy as a driver of behavioural change on climate is starting to come to the fore.

In this session of the KPMG Tax Leadership Series, we explore the link between tax policy and climate and how climate change will influence tax and budgetary policy in the future.  In particular, the webinar focuses on the EU proposal to introduce a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM). 

Get in touch

The effects of climate change on tax policy will have implications across Irish business. If you have any related queries, contact Mike Hayes of our Sustainable Futures team. We'd be delighted to hear from you.

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Featured speakers

Pat Cox

Former President of the European Parliament (2002 - 2004)

Mike Hayes

Global Head of Climate Change & Decarbonisation, KPMG IMPACT & Global Head of Renewables, KPMG International

Warwick Ryan

Excise & Environmental Taxes Center of Excellence Leader, KPMG Australia

Chris Morgan

Head of Global Tax Policy, KPMG International

Ethna Kennon

Director, Indirect Tax - VAT & Customs, KPMG in Ireland

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