Time of the Essence for Connecting Schemes to Reduce Emissions

A post by Justin Macinante (Edinburgh Law School) Tradable permit schemes, such as for emissions trading, have been an innovative addition to climate change policymakers’ repertoire. Yet, to date, emissions trading schemes (ETSs) have failed to live up to their Read More …

EU ETS: the ambition of the Fit for 55 Package and the MSR’s invalidation rule support current allowance prices

A post by Kenneth Bruninx (University of Leuven) and Marten Ovaere (Ghent University) The European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) is a key policy instrument to support the cost-efficient transition to a carbon-neutral society. It puts a binding, annually Read More …

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 …