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Call for practitioner’s insights – Study on the use of carbon revenues

1 November 2017 - Blog post - By : Sébastien POSTIC, Phd

 I4CE/PMR/AFD

This survey aims to gather input from all stakeholders, including governments, to  understand their perspective on how to use revenues generated by carbon pricing policies. The project team aims to examine how carbon pricing revenues can be used to integrate climate into tax reforms and how the experience and best practices of developed countries in carbon revenues can be useful to policymakers in developing countries.The report team would like to test their findings and reflections on the impacts of the various revenue reuse approaches established in the literature and case studies through an online survey. The results of this survey will help them understand how the use of carbon revenues can enhance acceptability and strenghten the impact of carbon pricing policies in developing countries.

The questionnaire below includes and will require for completion. Only identification details and questions guiding you to the relevant sections of this questionnaire are mandatory.

Answers will remain anonymous, although the team may use identification details for potential follow-ups with you. Please feel free to contact Sébastien Postic for questions and/or comments.

,  : https://goo.gl/forms/LemSaeCwIPWXNGjp2

More information on this project: Using revenues of carbon pricing policies

The conclusions will be published in a report in June 2018.

 

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Sébastien POSTIC, Phd
Sébastien POSTIC, Phd
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