Beiträge zum Stichwort 'carbon cap and trade'

  • Global carbon pricing - How full is the glass?

    Blog by Maarten Neelis and Noémie Klein, Ecofys, and Shalini Rao and Grace Eddy, Generation Foundation Soon after the adoption of the Paris Agreement, Ecofys started the three-year Carbon Pricing Unlocked (CPU) partnership with the Generation Foundation. Together, we are exploring the role of carbo...
    Erstellt am 04-04-2017 Von: Maarten Neelis Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 0
  • Cut climate costs through carbon market cooperation

    New State and Trends Report of Carbon Pricing This blog post was written by Richard Zechter, Climate Change World Bank, Noémie Klein, Ecofys and John Ward, Vivid Economics.  This year’s State and Trends of Carbon Pricing report, launched recently in Vietnam, includes the first deep dive analysis of the carbon pricing initiatives of countries’...
    Erstellt am 21-10-2016 Von: Noémie Klein Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • FASTER principles for a successful economic transformation

    In the run-up to Paris 2015, Rolf de Vos examines efforts to see broad implementation of global carbon pricing policies. The World Bank Group and the OECD, with support from IMF, are stepping up efforts to see broad implementation of global carbon pricing policies. “Nothing short of an economic tra...
    Erstellt am 30-09-2015 Von: Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 0
  • ETS market after 2020: Leftovers from Phase 3 will have an impact

    New Entrance Reserve and reduced allocations will hit the EU ETS With all attention focused nowadays on the start date and the details of the Market Stability Reserve, it is easy to overlook yet another source of allowances that might impact the already oversupplied EU ETS market in 2020: the leftover allowances from Phase 3. Last summer, a status update on the ...
    Erstellt am 23-01-2015 Von: Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Will we see the increased carbon pricing initiatives converging?

    How do past achievements impact future developments in energy and climate? Ecofys turns 30 and looks back to look ahead. With the UN climate conference at Lima right behind us, all eyes are now on the next one in Paris 2015. Will there be a strong agreement on more concerted international climate a...
    Erstellt am 17-12-2014 Von: Maarten Neelis Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • A low carbon economy in need of protection

    Long-term certainty regarding carbon cost impacts is needed to prevent investment leakage The European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) was introduced in 2005 to incentivise reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in European businesses at the lowest cost. In the EU ETS businesses need to surrender emission allowances equal to the amount of GHGs they emitted. To fulfil their E...
    Erstellt am 14-08-2014 Von: Martijn Overgaag Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 0
  • Flexible caps for the Chinese emissions trading system?

    A dynamic cap for a Chinese emission trading scheme, regularly adjusted for the actual economic development could fit well with China’s growth and climate change ambitions.   China might be the key to a future global carbon market There is something interesting about carbon markets. On the one h...
    Erstellt am 27-11-2013 Von: Maarten Neelis Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • US climate action: A call for more than individual approaches

    Global climate change affects the American public with growing visibility and ferocity. As severe weather events wreak havoc on the East coast or wildfires consume hundreds of thousands of acres in the West, concern about the effects of climate change grow. In addition, the American public bears a h...
    Erstellt am 10-01-2013 Von: Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 1
  • Myth and reality — ETS development in China

    China is taking increasingly bold steps in its environmental agenda. Concerns about energy security, rising environmental damage and pressure to maintain the country’s competitiveness are all pushing in one direction – a greener future. The 11th Five-Year Plan tested the waters and the 12th Five-Yea...
    Erstellt am 11-12-2012 Von: Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 0
  • Climate Policy and the US Election

    Although Climate Change was hardly mentioned in the US Presidential campaigns, truly massive forces struggled behind the scenes. A series of Supreme Court rulings unleashed corporate campaign spending, with one estimate placing the total cost of the 2012 election at $6 billion. Although court ruling...
    Erstellt am 08-11-2012 Von: Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 1