The Global Conference on Environmental Taxation (GCET) has been held every year since 2000, bringing together specialists from around the world and providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and research findings on environmental taxation and other market-based instruments. GCET18 was hosted by the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law and focused on Innovation Addressing Climate Change Challenges: Local and Global Perspectives
Topics explored at the conference included:
- Climate change policy, biodiversity protection, environmental stewardship, pollution control, water conservation, land degradation, renewable energy, mining and rehabilitation.
- Market instruments such as carbon pricing, emissions trading schemes, other environmental taxes, subsidies, direct action or spending programs and tax concessions both positive and perverse.
Selected papers from the Global Conferences are published in Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation
For information about the conference, visit the GCET18 website.