Funding Mechianisms in the fourth phase of the EU ETS: Exploring what is known and identifying issues for clarification and discussion.
Funding Mechanisms in the fourth phase of the EU ETS: exploring what is known and identifying issues for clarification and discussion.
This advanced options paper on article 6, paragraph 2 of the Paris Agreement is an update of the option paper (Straw Man) jointly produced by Reed Smith and ICTSD in February 2018.
This Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) and ICTSD report focuses on carbon pricing and the linking of carbon pricing systems as a potential catalyst for increased trade relationships.
This technical paper is the outcome of a year-long effort, which included a series of stakeholder engagements in five EU capitals at the beginning of 2018.
The EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) is important through its role as the “cornerstone” of EU climate change policy as well as a “role model” and “pioneer” for carbon markets.
Managing a Sustainable Transition to a Low-carbon Society: The Socio-economic Impacts of Mitigation Policies
This policy brief looks at how to identify and manage the expected and unintended socio-economic impacts of greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation policies.
Article 6.2 'Straw Man' "Straw man": Guidance on Cooperative Approaches Referred to in Article 6, Paragraph 2 of the PA
This "straw man" is intended to catalyse reflection and provide a useful background to discuss the structure, components and options for an Article 6.2 negotiating text.
This paper seeks to capture some of the issues that need to be addressed in the rulebook for article 6 of the Paris Agreement, and unpack the options for each issue, with the intention of catalyzing a discussion among Parties.
This ERCST paper addresses what the Governance proposal does not currently include, specifically, provisions to address interactions between elements of the Energy Union.
This paper focuses on the issues that emerged from previous discussions and submissions and which the author believes will require further examination as part of the effort to make Article 6 operational.
This paper examines submissions made prior to COP 22 on views related to guidance for the Article 6 items. It highlights the many important issues covered in them and discusses implications of the various interpretations.