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Table 5 Changes to greenhouse gas emissions and the potential revenue generated under each tax scenario

From: Simulating the impact on health of internalising the cost of carbon in food prices combined with a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages

  Change in GHGEs and revenue generated in each scenario
A B C D
Reduction in total emissions (ktCO2e) 18,866 (15,367 to 22,338) 17,082 (13,174 to 20,991) 18,537 (14,947 to 22,094) 16,453 (12,776 to 20,108)
Reduction in LUC emissions (ktCO2e) 15,809 (13,512 to 18,092) 15,070 (12,635 to 17,512) 15,677 (13,362 to 17,974) 14,819 (12,459 to 17,170)
Revenue generated (£, 000 s) 3,036 (2,956 to 3,117) −537 (−603 to −472) 3,418 (3,328 to 3,509) −124 (−202 to −46)
  1. 95 % credible intervals in parentheses. GHGEs, greenhouse gas emissions; ktCO2e, kilotonne of carbon dioxide equivalents