BUDGET 2002 - Chancellor takes the long road to a low-carbon economy

With new projects on economic instruments on energy efficiency and water pollution announced in the Budget, environmental tax reform has by no means ground to a halt. The Chancellor also introduced a series of positive reforms to energy and transport taxes - but with tax rates in both areas frozen, significant environmental dividends will come some years in the future.

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