Do we need a Carbon tax?

10nov6:30 pm8:00 pmDo we need a Carbon tax?SEDA Land and the John Muir Trust have jointly organised this event to discuss how Scotland might reach its target of net zero by 2045. Some sort of carbon tax seems inevitable but what shape will it take and how will be implemented? Join us to discuss this critical and controversial issue.Online - book here: pm - 8:00 pm OrganiserScottish Ecological Design Association (SEDA)ThemeNature & Biodiversity

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This Conversation follows the successful “A New Vision For Land Use In Scotland – 6 Conversations” series organised by SEDA in the spring, which culminated in a 65-page report which you can download here and which has been circulated and discussed with policymakers, local authorities, public-sector bodies and non-governmental organisations.

Chaired by Prof. Ronald MacDonald of The Adam Smith Institute at the University of Glasgow, speakers will include:

Nikki Gordon of The John Muir Trust
Andrew Heald, Sustainable Forestry Consultant
Sarah-Anne Munoz, University of the Highlands and Islands
Jenny Barlow, Tarras Valley Nature Reserve
John Cullinane of The Chartered Institute of Taxation

Musicians Su-a Lee and Hamish Napier
Mark Gallie of Loud Poets