LIFE DICET’s Report “Emissions Trading Systems with different levels of environmental ambition: implications for linking”

A post by Albert Ferrari The report “Emissions Trading Schemes with different levels of environmental ambition: implications for linking – Report for the Carbon Market Policy Dialogue“ published in November 2020 is one of the main outputs of the project Read More …

Short-term impacts of carbon offsets on emissions trading schemes: lessons from the EU for the Paris Agreement

A post by Claire Gavard (ZEW Mannheim) and Djamel Kirat (University of Orléans, CNRS) In 2015, the Paris Agreement established the Article 6.4 Mechanism, which makes it possible for activities contributing to emissions reductions in a host country to be Read More …

LIFE DICET’s Report “Emissions Trading Systems with different price control mechanisms: implications for linking”

A post by Albert Ferrari The report “ETSs with different price control mechanisms: implications for linking – Report for the Carbon Market Policy Dialogue“ published in November 2020 is a main output of the project LIFE DICET. This report was Read More …

The role of Guarantees of Origin in achieving the EU renewable energy target: taking stock of the EU ETS experience

A post by Alberto Pototschnig (FSR Energy) Since 2005, the EU Emission Trading System has been the main instrument for pursuing the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in Europe within the sectors it covers. It does so by providing a Read More …

The EU Border Carbon Adjustment: how to make it viable?

A post by Isabella Alloisio The ratification of the Paris Agreement and heterogeneity in ambition in climate policy with non-comparable carbon constraints have reopened discussions over Border Carbon Adjustments (BCAs) as an alternative approach to free allocation for addressing carbon Read More …