17 May 2017 – Brendan Frank (Research Analyst, Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission) argues that the success of British Columbia’s carbon tax cannot be measured in terms of absolute emission reductions, rather it should be measured by comparing actual emissions with the counterfactual scenario. To drive deeper emissions reductions, the price needs to rise. Read the full article on the website of Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission.
June 12, 2017
From Challenge to Opportunity: Shadow Country Reports in Support of the European Semester Cycle (GBE, CEE BankWatch, EEB)
March 17, 2017
February 15, 2018