A series of articles in policy options politiques take a closer look at the approach towards carbon pricing in several provinces of Canada. In British Columbia, the carbon tax was
A new study from the International Renewable Energy Agency assessed the Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2018. In the study, they found that unsubsidized renewable energy is now often the
An article on Climate Home News sheds light on incoherencies between government statements and actions. The UK, France, Canada and Ireland formally recognized a climate crisis, and yet analysis shows that
In a recent editorial for EC Tax Review law journal, Han Kogels goes into the ambitious targets the EU has set for itself to reduce its GHG emissions progressively by
Micah Hostetter, from the Energy & Environment Group of Intralink, discusses the next step for China’s environmental industry, focusing on Chinese government spending. Tackling pollution and its impacts has been
In a recently published Op-ed, the Chairman of Eunomia Research & Consulting, Dominic Hogg, shares his views on how the fiscal and financial system can help address the environmental crisis.
The Government of Ireland revealed their Climate Action Plan 2019 to tackle Climate Breakdown. The plan consist of 183 actions to support the government’s commitment to a “net zero carbon