Irish Environment Minister Dick Roche is looking to change Ireland’s automobile taxation system from a vehicle’s cubic capacity to the level of emissions it produces. He tells The Irish Independent newspaper it would be a relatively painless way to penalize those most responsible for pollution. Roche’s comments follow a major new report in the U.K. warning consumers they will have to prepare themselves for new green taxes on vehicles, fuel and air travel if a global emissions crisis is ...

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