EKONEWS: MEPs agree on reform of emission allowances, free allocation for industry to end gradually

Our researchers Kateřina Davidová and Michal Hruby commented for the news website Ekonews. In the article, they comment on ETS and their reform, which was approved by the European Parliament.

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EURACTIV: Success for the second time. MEPs agree on reform of emission allowances

Our researchers Kateřina Davidová and Michal Hrubý are quoted in the Euractiv article. In their quotes, they comment on proposals for potential changes to the emissions trading system.

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Info.cz: Proposal to charge for emissions in transport and heating provokes contradictory reactions

Our researcher Kateřina Davidová commented for Info.cz on the new "Fit for 55" package of proposals on climate and energy challenges. In the article, the researcher explains what plans the EU has to reduce emissions or how the market for emission allowances will change.

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Český rozhlas Plus: Climate neutrality will hurt, but most importantly, the whole world must work together.

Our research fellow Kateřina Davidová was a guest on the Zaostřeno program, where she discussed key issues during international climate negotiations.

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National Convention on EU Affairs: Reform of emission trading system EU ETS

Our institute is a guarantee of the National Convention on EU Affairs on the topic of Reform of emission trading system EU ETS, which will take place online on Friday 9 April.

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Rationality of the EU ETS: Holding it Together or Preventing Deeper Changes?

Jan Šťáhlavský, Stockholm Resilience Centre, wrote a policy paper on the topic of EU's ETS, this paper will serve as a background material for a second debate from our project 'Prague Climate Talks'. The event will take place on October 3rd, 2017 at European house.

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The EU Emissions Trading System: Time for a radical overhaul?

The latest policy paper by Kateřina Davidová and Christian Kvorning Lassen analyses the EU Emissions Trading System and proposes a set of recommendations in the light of the current revision agenda.

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