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I4CE joins the « Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition » launched by the World Bank

26 February 2016 - Foreword of the week

In February 2016, I4CE Institute for Climate Economic joins the “Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition” launched by the World Bank as a strategic partner to share its expertise on the analysis of carbon pricing policies.

The Coalition is a voluntary partnership of national and sub-national governments, businesses, and civil society organizations that agree to advance the carbon pricing agenda by working with each other towards the long-term objective of a carbon price applied throughout the global economy by:

  • strengthening carbon pricing policies to redirect investment commensurate with the scale of the climate challenge;
  • bringing forward and strengthening the implementation of existing carbon pricing policies to better manage investment risks and opportunities; and
  • enhancing cooperation to share information, expertise and lessons learned on developing and implementing carbon pricing through various “readiness” platforms.

I4CE will participate to working groups of the Coalition to share its expertise in order to enhance the understanding of economic policy makers on institutional design, factors of effectiveness and benefits of the implementation of carbon pricing policies .

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