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The study, co-authored by energy economist Mark Jaccard, concludes that, unless senior governments implement much higher carbon pricing and-or more stringent GHG reduction regulations, the city on its own would have to use the limited legislative tools at its disposal with a heavy hand, if it is to meet its stated goals.

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