Economic instruments rejected by response on diesel pollution

Many of the recommendations for new controls on emissions from heavy diesel vehicles made by the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution (RCEP) have been rejected by the Government.1 Its response takes a particularly dismissive line on the RCEP's proposals for grants and taxes to promote cleaner diesels - suggesting that its much-touted new preference for economic instruments in environment policy has yet to reach the Treasury.

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