The annual workshop on ex-ante assessment of emissions trading on Monday 5 June is devoted to the comparison of selected macro-economic models simulating the development of the EU ETS and other major emissions trading systems. At a time when emissions trading systems increase in number and face similar problems, only a few comparisons of ex-ante models exist. The workshop will provide a networking opportunity for modellers and compare both the features and predictions of the models they are working with.
The workshop is organised under the framework of the project LIFE COASE – Collaborative Observatory for ASsessment of the EU ETS. It aims at supporting policymakers in the implementation and development of the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), including its integration with other carbon markets. The project will establish the first observatory for assessment of the EU ETS, in order to offer a reference source of knowledge for policymakers and researchers and pave the way for future research and policies on emissions trading.
The goal of the project’s workshop on the ex-ante assessment of emissions trading is to step up the benefits of knowledge sharing and mutual learning by collecting scientific evidence from different emissions trading systems worldwide. The workshop will contribute to strengthening international cooperation on the ex-ante assessment of emissions trading systems in order to better assess their performance and predict the consequences of different policy and regulatory options.
This is an online event. Participation is by-invitation only. More info about the project can be found here.
Chair: Simone Borghesi, FSR Climate and University of Siena
Moderator: Marie Raude, FSR Climate and Paris Nanterre University
09:20-09:30 Welcome and introduction
09:30-11:00 Modelling the European Union Emission Trading System
11.20 – 12.50 International perspectives on modelling of emissions trading: the cases of Quebec, China and the United Kingdom
12.50 – 13.10 Wrap up and conclusions
Co-funded by the Life Programme of the European Union
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