New Climate Legislation and Strategy Entail Green Tax Reform

Ljubljana, 21 December - Government Climate Change Office head Jernej Stritih stressed the need for a green tax reform that could increase Slovenia's CO2 tax revenues more than tenfold in the period 2030-2045 as he addressed a public exchange of views on a draft climate change bill on Tuesday.

Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Roko Zarnic (left) and Speaker Pavel Gantar (right) at a public debate on a draft climate change bill.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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