Households could see bills rise by â‚¬3,000 if Govt fails to meet climate change targets | Irish Examiner
Households face a €3,000 carbon tax bill unless measures are brought in by the Government to tackle emissions and climate change.
A new ESRI report says that carbon tax will have to increase from €20 per tonne today to €470 by 2030 in order for Ireland to meet its targets.
With the booming economy, most of us won't have a problem paying 3k in 2030; or will we?
Should we fire staff at the peat fired power stations?
Should the state stop writing blank cheques on our behalf, until they at least have a plan to make our payments as small as possible?