Policy sequencing toward decarbonization

Economics 101 says price carbon. Economics 102 says subsidize R&D. Political Economy 101 points to policies that support clean technology deployment.

Emissions Trading in Practice: A Handbook on Design and Implementation

World Bank Partnership for Market Readiness and International Carbon Action Partnership

Carbon markets and climate finance

From "climate finance" to "finance"

Push renewables to spur carbon pricing

Make wind and solar power even cheaper by opening up access to the electricity grid and ending fossil-fuel subsidies.

Pluses and Minuses of a Carbon Tax

Either a tax or a cap can put a price on climate pollution. The goal is to reduce it.

A balance of bottom-up and top-down in linking climate policies

Neither extreme is desirable.

Judge a carbon market by its cap, not its prices

The goal of emissions trading systems is to make them scarce, not to make them costly.

Carbon trading grows up

When someone robs a bank, nobody challenges the legitimacy of banks. They suggest instead that the bank find better security. Why should carbon markets be any different?

Policy sequencing toward decarbonization

Economics 101 says price carbon. Economics 102 says subsidize R&D. Political Economy 101 points to policies that support clean technology deployment.

Emissions Trading in Practice: A Handbook on Design and Implementation

World Bank Partnership for Market Readiness and International Carbon Action Partnership

Carbon markets and climate finance

From "climate finance" to "finance"

Push renewables to spur carbon pricing

Make wind and solar power even cheaper by opening up access to the electricity grid and ending fossil-fuel subsidies.

Pluses and Minuses of a Carbon Tax

Either a tax or a cap can put a price on climate pollution. The goal is to reduce it.

A balance of bottom-up and top-down in linking climate policies

Neither extreme is desirable.

Judge a carbon market by its cap, not its prices

The goal of emissions trading systems is to make them scarce, not to make them costly.

Carbon trading grows up

When someone robs a bank, nobody challenges the legitimacy of banks. They suggest instead that the bank find better security. Why should carbon markets be any different?

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