The Carbon Tax Conundrum
The promulgation of the Carbon Tax Act on the 1st of June 2019 was a huge step as it represents the South African Government’s commitment to participate in efforts to reduce GHG emissions. The requirements, as set out by the act will make a sizable impact on the local economy.
The South African economy is heavily dependent on fossil fuels for electricity, transportation and industry. This is exacerbated by numerous socio-economic challenges the country will be facing. Hence the implications on the final consumer is of grave concern.
Join SANEA to deliberate the key issues and integrated approaches impacting the implementation of the Act.
- Franz Rentel: Country Director - South Africa - Climate Neutral Group - View CV
- Dr. Marco Lotz: Sustainability Carbon and Resource Specialist - Nedbank - View CV
Free attendance for SANEA members and stakeholders. Please click here for online registrations. Registration to be submitted by close of business on Monday, 4 November 2019 for catering purposes. If you are unable to attend, please click here to view the SANEA Booking, Payment and Cancellation Policy.