Europe’s next economy: The benefits of and barriers to the low-carbon transition

Europe’s next economy: The benefits of and barriers to the low-carbon transition /  David Nash, Will Straw & Reuben Balfour. London : Institute for Public Policy Research, May 2012, 45 p.

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This report examines the competing views of the transition to a low-carbon economy of businesses across Europe. With partner thinktanks in France, Germany, Spain and Poland, we brought together businesses and industry associations in four roundtable discussions… (© IPPR) read more

The report examines the business view across Europe, focusing on France, Germany, Spain and Poland where we held roundtable discussions with a range of businesses and partner think tanks. We recommend that serious consideration should be given to expanding the EU Emissions Trading Scheme to include imported energy-intensive goods in order to create a level playing field for European businesses in the global market. We also call for the EU’s multi-year budget to be refocused away from inefficient agriculture subsidies and structural funds and towards more funding for innovation. (© David Nash)



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Danièle Revel (2012, 11 juin). Europe’s next economy: The benefits of and barriers to the low-carbon transition. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 19 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o9q6

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