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Environmental tax measures

Inquiry

Tax measures which have an environmental impact act alongside government’s wider environmental objectives. As these objectives have become more ambitious, the role of the tax system may become more important.

HM Treasury’s 2020-21 review into funding the transition to a net zero greenhouse gas economy explicitly plans to “consider the full range of government levers, including tax” when considering where costs will fall.

This inquiry follows recent work by the Committee on achieving government’s long-term environmental goals and achieving Net Zero carbon emissions.

The Committee will question senior officials at HMRC and the Treasury on how tax measures are administered and managed to deliver environmental objectives, and how their impact is assessed and evaluated and whether resources are being effectively used in managing environmental tax measures.

If you have evidence on these questions please submit it here by 6:00 pm on Monday 1 March 2021.

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8 March 2021
Inquiry Environmental tax measures
Committees Public Accounts Committee
Oral Evidence
ENT0001 - Environmental tax measures
Witnesses AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians)
Committees Public Accounts Committee
Written Evidence
ENT0002 - Environmental tax measures
Witnesses Green Alliance
Committees Public Accounts Committee
Written Evidence
ENT0003 - Environmental tax measures
Witnesses OVO
Committees Public Accounts Committee
Written Evidence