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Forest renewal British Columbia: An experiement in the recylcing of revenue-raising environmental taxation

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2002

Citation

Jackson, Tony, and Curry, John, 2002, Forest renewal British Columbia: An experiement in the recylcing of revenue-raising environmental taxation: Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, v. 45, no. 4, p. 591-606.

Summary

Forest Renewal British Columbia (FRBC) was created in 1994 to deliver programs of sustainable development within the leading economic sector of the province, serving as a key element of the radical new natural resource management agenda being promoted by an interventionist provincial administration. Its funding consisted solely of the hypothecated revenues of a super stumpage on timber harvesting. This paper considers the role FRBC played in helping to gain agreement to changes in provincial land use planning and forest strategy, and evaluates its effectiveness as an eco-tax recycling mechanism.

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ISSN http://sciencebase.gov/vocab/identifierScheme 0964-0568, 0964-0568

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