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Inquiry status: Inquiry concluded, Report and Government Response published
The Environmental Audit Committee has published its report on Budget 2011 and environmental taxes.
The Committee examined how well green taxes are being used to deliver environmental goals and aid the transition to a low carbon economy, and whether Budget 2011 strikes the right balance between these aims and broader economic objectives.
Environmental Audit Committee releases findings
The Environmental Audit Committee will take evidence from Justine Greening MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury.
Committee to take evidence from Green Alliance, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Aldersgate Group, Policy Studies Institute, Aviation Environment Federation, Campaign for Better Transport, Taxpayers' Alliance and Federation of Small Businesses.
The Environmental Audit Committee is launching an inquiry into the environmental impact of Budget 2011 and green taxes