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Should the EU introduce a carbon tax?
The EU should introduce a carbon tax.
The EU has a moral obligation to reduce carbon emissions in order to mitigate climate change.
Carbon emissions are the
biggest contributors to climate change
and their reduction should be prioritised the most in the fight against climate change.
A carbon tax can raise revenue that can be used for other climate change mitigation efforts.
The EU's current climate change policies are sufficiently reducing the EU's carbon emissions.
A carbon tax would make European goods and services less competitive in international markets.
An EU carbon tax is an unfair way to attempt to mitigate climate change.
Introducing a carbon tax will not lead to a significant reduction of carbon emissions.
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