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ECH focuses on EU climate change policy in a global context, with an emphasis on the implementation of markets as a key EU contribution.

The success of EU and global climate change policy go hand in hand. EU climate change policy and regulation can have a positive impact on international climate change negotiations, with one major possible EU contribution being the successful implementation of markets. At the same time, the EU will need to take into account on-going global developments.

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During the morning of this event of the EU Think Tank Platform, we will present two new papers released under the TT2015 banner.
This conference aims to give participants an overview of the main results of the recent book Accounting for Carbon: Monitoring, Reporting, and...


The ETS will be much stronger after the Phase 4 revision. But further adjustments may be inevitable in the future, given ongoing developments in the...
The most recent official data on the EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) show that greenhouse gas emissions dropped by about 2.7% in 2016. This...
Carbon prices in the EU ETS have been low for a number of years and might remain at relatively low levels for the foreseeable future. That does not...


CEPS joins the Green Growth Knowledge Platform as Knowledge Partner. PRESS RELEASE
Coordination and Assessment of Research and Innovation in Support of climate Mitigation Actions - CARISMA - supports the development and diffusion of...