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Robust Review and Ratcheting Up Targets – EU Climate Policies after 2020

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Robust Review and Ratcheting Up Targets – EU Climate Policies after 2020

The Paris Agreement states that Parties will scale up their commitments with every consecutive nationally determined contribution. A new paper by Ecologic Institute shows how EU legislation can help implement this requirement. The paper is available for download.


Citation

Meyer-Ohlendorf, Nils 2017: EU Climate Policies after 2020: Robust Review and Ratcheting Up Targets. Ecologic Institute, Berlin.

Language
English
Credits

with contributions from: Ralph Bodle, Matthias Duwe, Benjamin Görlach

Year
2017
Dimension
22 pp.
Project ID
2120
Table of Contents

1.    Summary
2.    Introduction
3.    Long term reduction targets: backbone for review and target distribution
4.    Where best to regulate review and ratcheting up of EU climate targets?
5.    Timing of the review and increasing targets
6.    Long term target
6.1.    Explicit long term target in the CPR
6.2.    Explicit long term target in the ETS
6.3.    Long term target under the Governance Regulation
7.    Review and ratcheting up of targets
7.1.    Review and ratcheting up under the CPR
7.2.    Review and ratcheting up under the ETS
7.3.    Review and ratcheting up under the Governance Regulation
8.    Review and Ratcheting up of Targets: Graphical overview
 

Keywords
climate policy, ETS, market stability, effort sharing, 2030, post-2020, renewables, energy market, EU, European Union, Europe