FSR Climate is a research group within the European University Institute (EUI)’s Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS). Established in 2010, FSR Climate aims to provide a reliable source for information, analysis and evaluation of EU climate policies ex-post and a forum for discussion of research carried out in this area. Within the EUI we work in collaboration with the energy and regulatory policy research groups of the Florence School of Regulation.
Our Research focuses on the environmental and economic evaluation of climate policies implemented in the EU at different jurisdictional levels. Our main research interests are: the EU Emissions Trading System, the renewable energy promotion, the distributional impact of climate policy, the energy efficiency policies and environmental and the energy taxation. All our research is freely available in our working paper series.
FSR Climate organises several Events (workshops, conferences, online events and others) involving researchers and the policy and business communities for the purposes of developing, presenting, and discussing research that evaluates EU climate policies.
As part of the LIFE SIDE project, FSR Climate is organising two side events at the EUI State of the Union Conference, taking place in Florence on 10-12 […] read more
Simone Borghesi, Director of FSR Climate, will contribute to the 2018 International Workshop on the Economics of Climate Change and Sustainability (Bertinoro, Italy, 27-28 April 2018) presenting […] read more
Isabella Alloisio, from the FSR Climate team is attending on 12 April 2018 the Conference “Accelerating Sustainable Finance: The Role of Financial Centres”, taking place […] read more
On 12-13 April, Jean-Michel Glachant, Director of the Florence School of Regulation and Simone Borghesi, FSR Climate Director, will attend in Brussels a Roundtable on Energy […] read more
What sort of a Union is the EU exactly, and what is it aspiring to become? And what are the shortcomings in EU climate & […] read more
‘Energy is central to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. SDG 7 calls for ensuring universal access to “affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy services” by 2030. …. […] read more