Join us as we unpack the provisions of the new Carbon Tax Bill
The Carbon Tax Bill which has been debated for the past 8 years has finally been adopted and will be implemented on 01 June 2019.
The Bill will impose a liability on the greenhouse gases emitted during the production of goods and services. The nominal tax rate will be R120 per tonne of carbon emitted, although with the various tax-free allowances the rate could drop to between R6 and R48 per tonne.
The Carbon Tax Act states that any person - a partnership, trust, community, municipal entity or public listed entity - who conducts an activity which results in the emission of greenhouse gases above the allowed threshold will have to pay the carbon tax.
What we will cover:
- The tax standards used to demonstrate tax liability
- GHG Emissions Inventory and sources – how to identify, calculate and report emissions as per regulatory requirements?
Who should attend this workshop?
- Sustainability Managers
- Carbon reporting managers
- Corporate managers
- Energy managers
About Your Expert Presenter
Yasmine Miemiec is a qualified Carbon Tax Analyst and a Director of 5Inc, a waste transformation and socio economic development project Implementation organization. Yasmine has a qualification in Environmental Management and Development from the Open University UK, is a member of Al Gore's Climate Reality Project as a Climate Leader. She is also a graduate of the International Labour Organisation's Green Jobs training.
Date: 28 March 2019
Fees Per Delegate: R4500.00 + VAT