Risk Inaction: low risk, low benefit Proactive: high risk, high benefit Benefit Risk Innovative technology End-of-pipe technology Commercial & government collaboration Paradigm shift Political interference Command-Control measures Voluntary measures Global inequities
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Next steps Climate change resilience demands measures that proactively increase productivity whilst reducing climate impacts. Perpetuating current trade-offs perpetuates the perspective that there is always a loser in environmental taxation. To challenge this, the structure and approach to environmental taxation must enter a new paradigm.
Sally Joseph PhD with the Australian School of Taxation, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia A sustainable corporate tax: is ecological wealth a viable alternative to financial wealth? Developing a corporate tax model that delivers sustainable economic and environmental outcomes