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The Future of Agriculture in the EU ETS – Public Event

March 22 @ 10:00 - 12:00

This is an in-person event. 

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Agriculture is responsible for 13% of EU’s GHS[1], and the sector’s emissions have not decreased since 2010. Following the example of the recent extension of carbon pricing to road transport and buildings, emission trading in agriculture could provide the right incentives to decarbonise this sector.

This high-level event will explore with stakeholders and policy makers the role agriculture can play as part of net zero, with a focus on its potential extension to carbon pricing. It will address how feasible is pricing agricultural emissions and rewarding climate action in the land sector.

[1] ECA (2021). Common Agricultural Policy and climate. Special Report. Pp.6. Available at: https://op.europa.eu/webpub/eca/special-reports/cap-and-climate-16-2021/en/#:~:text=The%20CAP%20mostly%20finances%20measures,(20%20%25%20of%20emissions). (Accessed on 6 November 2023).

Agenda 

Details

Date:
March 22
Time:
10:00 - 12:00
Event Category:

Venue

ERCST Rue Archimède 61, Bruxelles
Rue Archimède 61
Bruxelles, 1000 Belgium
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Organizer

ERCST