CEE Climate Policy Frontier
Global Climate Policy Conference (GCPC)
Making the International Trade System Work for Climate Change
This report examines the experience of the European Unions Emission Trading System to date and suggests key lessons relevant to current debates in those countries considering implementing similar schemes, with associated recommendations, with reference to carbon pricing in Australia.
This paper is based on the report by Climate Strategies for the German Marshall Fund Climate & Energy Paper Series: Climate Policy, Allocation and Industrial Competitiveness: Ten Insights from the EU Emissions Trading Schemewhich examines the experience of theEU ETSand suggests key lessons relevant to the U.S. debates.
Another report in this series suggests key lessons relevant to debates in Asian regions:Ten (plus one) insights from the EU Emissions Trading Scheme: with reference to emerging systems in Asia.Author: M. Grubb, D. Fazekas, S. Cooper, K. Kimmorley
Type: Final paper