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 …

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 …

Getting Married (and Divorced): An article on (De)linking Emissions Trading Schemes

A post by Tong Zhu (WWU Münster) As one of the most pressing issues of our time, climate change requires a comprehensive response by the international community. The market mechanisms contained in Article 6 of the Paris Agreement inspired renewed Read More …

Trump vs California round 1: A dive into the legal case on the linkage between the carbon markets of California and Québec

A post by Albert Ferrari President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement was followed by many States, cities and companies across the US pledging to increase their climate ambition to compensate for his unilateralism. California, being amongst Read More …