December 4, 2015 | Paris, France | Climate Change
Multi-Jurisdictional Approaches to Carbon Pricing: Integrating design elements for a low-carbon club
The Stanley Center, in collaboration with Climate Strategies, will co-host a half-day workshop and discussion titled “Multi-Jurisdictional Approaches to Carbon Pricing: Integrating design elements for a low-carbon club.”
Over the past few years, the concept of “climate clubs” has emerged and matured in several expert-driven processes. The idea is that multilateral negotiations can be complemented with coalitions of the willing on various climate-related issue areas, in particular where there is a need for a high degree of policy coordination. Carbon pricing is among the areas which have been identified as suitable for carbon clubs.
This workshop continues conversations started at a conference organized by Climate Strategies and the Stanley Center during the Global Climate Policy Conference 2015 in New Delhi, India. Discussions continued at two subsequent events. A workshop hosted by the Stanley Center, Climate Strategies, ICTSD, and IDDRI on 8 July 2015 in Paris focused on the role, definition, and interest in developing low carbon clubs. The most recent roundtable, “Designing Elements for a Robust Carbon Pricing Club,” was held at the Stanley Center’s 56th Strategy for Peace Conference in October.
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