Climate & Biodiversity: Tackling global footprints
GCET is the leading global forum for exchanges on the principles and practices of environmental taxation and other market-based instruments designed to protect the environment and foster sustainability. In line with the tradition, a selection of the best contributions will also be published this year in the prestigious “Critical issues in environmental taxation” from Edward Elgar publishers.
The scientific program for GCET24 will cover issues relating to environmental taxation and focus on economic tools to tackle mitigation issues, biodiversity losses and climate vulnerability, including but not limited to:
Challenges of agriculture and forestry for carbon sequestration, non-CO2 GHG & biodiversity,
Challenges of urban areas for land use, CO2 emissions and climate-resilience,
Supranational regulations to tackle domestic and imported CO2 emissions and biodiversity losses with a special focus on the recent reform of EU-ETS,
Business and biodiversity : Economical and financial risks and opportunities associated with the decline of biodiversity, nature-based solutions.
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