Shipping Group Asks U.N. for International, Cross-Border Carbon Tax

Shipping Group Asks U.N. for International, Cross-Border Carbon Tax


Plans were submitted to the United Nations on Monday by a major maritime industry association seeking an international, cross-border carbon tax to be administered solely by the globalist body.

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) offered its mandatory tax scheme to the International Maritime Organization, the U.N.’s shipping program, for a recasting on carbon dioxide emissions.

The ICS proposes all vessels trading globally above a certain size should be taxed a set amount per metric ton of carbon dioxide they emit with collection and re-distribution of the funds by the U.N. alone under the assumption taxation can fix any problem it is set against.

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