Green Fiscal Policy
The Green Fiscal Policy Network works to facilitate knowledge sharing and dialogue on fiscal policies for an inclusive green economy.
This report highlights why governments should reinvest underperforming public agricultural subsidies in land restoration.
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Looking at how communities, cities and countries have put the idea of a green recovery into practice, this new report presents a compilation of 23 examples from more than 20 countries worldwide.
In 2018, an increase in France’s carbon tax rated sparked the Yellow Vests protests. This piece investigates what the distributional effects would have been if the French government had instead redistributed tax revenues through equal lump-sum transfers.
By focusing on practical global case studies and initiatives, this event will share international best practices with the aim of providing a set of practical policy takeaways that will be promoted widely and fed into our policy forums at the UN, WTO and G20.
Malaysia is lagging behind its regional peers when it comes to AC charging stations and DC fast-charging stations and the lack of incentives is to blame. The country now aims to have 1,000 DC rapid charging stations in the next four years.
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa may strongly oppose the proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) by the European Union at the 13th BRICS Summit on Thursday as the five developing countries will likely be the biggest losers from its implementation. In a veiled reference to CBAM, BRICS trade ministers last week cautioned that any measure to tackle climate change must be in conformity with multilateral trading rules and shouldn’t put arbitrary restrictions on international trade.
The European Parliament’s agriculture committee approved a deal to overhaul the European Union’s huge farming subsidies, including new measures aimed at making agriculture greener.