Green financial sector initiatives, including financial policies, regulations, and instruments, could play an important role in the low-carbon transition by supporting countries in the implementation of economic policies aimed to
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How can fiscal policy support socio-economic development, and the environment? Join H.E. Minister Lee White of Gabon to explore new practical methods for understanding potential policy impacts during budget planning.
This paper aims to show that environmental tax reforms may be the best option to mobilize revenues during fiscal consolidation while reducing distortions and environmental externalities by shifting the tax
In January 2023, the Smith School and the Swedish Energy Agency are launching a major international report on the role of ministries of finance in driving and shaping the low-carbon transition. Ministries of Finance have
Considering the large area of agricultural land in the EU, taxation of agricultural land is a significant subject to EU states and has important effects on sectors like agriculture, urban
The recent IPCC AR 6 synthesis report warned the world that global warming beyond 1.5℃ might be unavoidable unless limiting global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to peak before 2025 at
Sweden was one of the first countries to introduce a carbon tax in 1991. Authors assemble a unique dataset tracking all CO2 emissions from the Swedish manufacturing sector to estimate