This blog discusses price instruments in fishery regulation to ensure sustainability of fishery resources. We focus on economic instruments and price-based instruments including tax policies in fisheries and fishery subsidies
There’s no question that abandoning fossil fuel subsidies will benefit the economy and the planet, but as protests in Ecuador show, reforms require careful design and considerate execution in order
COVID-19 has changed our lives. The pandemic has exposed the many fragilities of our economies, and deepened existing inequalities, while highlighting the need for resilience, innovation and cooperation in our
Effective climate change mitigation measures, such as carbon pricing or reforming fossil fuel subsidies, are often perceived to undermine inclusive economic development and are, thus, rejected. These concerns are ill-founded.
A recent ECLAC report highlights that the massive investments required for a shift to a resilient, low carbon, sustainable economic model could be a ‘Big Push’ for a new cycle