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Auf dem internationalen Parkett gibt es viele negative Reaktionen auf den geplanten CO2-Grenzausgleich der EU. Dabei könnte die EU der Kritik leicht den Wind aus den Segeln nehmen – indem sie zum Beispiel die Einnahmen in die Dekarbonisierung von Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländern steckt.
Keijzer, Niels / Daniele Fattibene / Elisabeth Hege (2021)
On 29 June, G20 Ministers responsible for development policy convened for the first time under the Italian Presidency. The meeting saw the adoption of a detailed and ambitious policy communique that in addition to prompting international action is also expected to further inform the deliberations of other G20 ‘tracks’ that may affect developing countries. It seems particularly strategic to us that the meeting of Finance Ministers at the end of this week in Venice picks up and further develops on these commitments.
Many governments consider carbon taxation an efficient tool to reduce carbon emissions, but it can negatively affect welfare in terms of emission reductions versus reductions in output. So, how can carbon taxes be best introduced? In a new study using evidence from Mexico, we show that when governments cannot select the most optimal policy –simply taxing some energy sources but not others – this may have substantial implications on how emissions and output, and eventually welfare, are affected.
The pandemic has painfully exposed many societies’ inability to deal with crises. We must urgently innovate and democratize our governance structures if we’re to thwart the existential threats facing humankind