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In Washington, D.C., “bipartisan” is a word in search of a definition. To some, it means teamwork—but to many conservatives, it’s come to mean “We lose, they win.”

The Department of Finance (DoF) said it is studying the possibility of a tax for carbon emissions after it held an “exploratory” workshop yesterday.

Two of Britain’s biggest energy companies have called on Philip Hammond to strengthen a carbon tax that has driven a dramatic collapse in coal power generation, arguing it is essential for the shift to cleaner energy.

Charging farmers for carbon emissions would stall the economy and make local farmers uncompetitive in the world market, a Lincoln University professor warns.

Spain wants to raise 500 million euros ($528 million) from new environmental taxes as part of a package of fiscal measures to meet the European Union’s budget deficit goals.

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