State and Trends of Carbon Pricing Dashboard

The State and Trends of Carbon Pricing Dashboard is an interactive online tool aimed at policymakers, businesses, and researchers. It provides the latest information on existing and emerging direct carbon pricing initiatives around the world.

How to use the Carbon Pricing Dashboard?

The Carbon Pricing Dashboard provides details about direct carbon pricing instruments and carbon markets around the world. The dashboard includes data published in the World Bank’s State and Trends of Carbon Pricing Report and is structured into two main sections: compliance instruments and carbon crediting markets. Click on the tabs below to access details on carbon taxes and emissions trading systems. This includes detailed information and visualizations on design attributes, GHG emissions coverage, price, and revenue. Click on the tabs underneath carbon crediting markets to access information and visualizations regarding crediting mechanisms (international, independent, and governmental), including issuances. This section also includes information regarding participation in cooperative approaches under Article 6.2 of the Paris Agreement.

ETS 36
Carbon Tax 39
Governmental Crediting mechanisms 35
Instruments Implemented
National Jurisdictions
Subnational Jurisdictions
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Instrument Type: Emissions Trading System, Carbon Tax, Crediting Mechanism
Compliance instruments include ETSs and Carbon taxes. Compliance instruments are considered "Implemented" once they have been formally adopted through legislation and compliance obligations are in force and enforced. Crediting mechanisms are considered implemented if they have issued credits (or have frameworks in place to allow credits to be used domestically, such as in South Africa).


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