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In this episode of FSR Talks, Daniel Trnka joins us to discuss the recent OECD Public Governance Policy Paper entitled  ‘Better regulation for the green transition’.

This policy paper discusses how governments can use better regulation instruments (good regulatory practices, risk-based and agile approaches, regulatory delivery, international regulatory cooperation, economic regulators, and behavioural insights) to design, implement and evaluate efficient and effective regulations for the environment.

Together with its authors, we will explore the challenges governments face and present good practices for environmental and other regulations to ensure that all policy instruments coherently pursue environmental goals.

The new edition of the FSR Talks series aims to monthly invite policy-makers and academics to talk about relevant topics addressed to a global audience related to energy and climate regulation.

Host

Lucila de Almeida, FSR
Carol Awuor, African School of Regulation
Swetha Ravi Kumar, FSR Global based in India

Speaker

Daniel Trnka, Deputy Head of Division of the Regulatory Policy Division, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Invited discussant

Jorge Vasconcelos, FSR

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