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Climate Policy Options and Consequences in the International Spotlight: A Report for Industry on the Implications of Domestic Policy Design and Global Negotiations

Authors Dallas Burtraw
Carolyn Fischer
Peringe Grennfelt
Åsa Löfgren
Thomas Sterner
Markus Wråke
Lars Zetterberg
Publisher IVL
Place of publication Göteborg
Publication year 2015
Published at Department of Economics, Environmental Economics Unit
Language en
Subject categories Environmental Sciences, Economics


Following the 2009 Copenhagen Summit, momentum for mitigating global climate change has been spurred by the idea that success at the international level must be built around existing national policies. The Mistra Indigo research program —a collaboration among IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, the University of Gothenburg’s Department of Economics, and Resources for the Future—was created to analyze this bottom-up approach to climate policy. From 2012-2015 the program brought together leading experts in economics and environmental policy, with the goal of understanding how to design and select environmental policy instruments to promote longterm, cost-effective global climate change mitigation change while taking into account the uncertain ties of international policy.

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