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As the number of carbon markets grows, the long-term contribution of market-based instruments to reach carbon neutrality by 2050 should be further assessed. In general, the size, scope, parameters, and prices of Emissions Trading Systems (ETSs) vary and evolve depending on the social, economic, political, and legal context of each jurisdiction. All these aspects of regulated carbon markets are to be considered by policymakers. To tackle challenges, regulators may find insights from new scientific evidence.

This workshop aims to collect insights from policy-relevant research on recent trends in carbon markets, with a particular focus on the EU ETS. It will address topics such as future allowance prices, scope expansion of ETSs and market oversight, among others. Furthermore, it will focus on the methodologies used to assess ETSs (i.e., ex-post and ex-ante model-based assessments) and their results.

The 3-day event will comprise a keynote lecture, paper presentations, a policy roundtable and a guest lecture.

It is organised by FSR Climate under the framework of the LIFE COASE project, which is co-funded by the European Union’s Life Programme. The workshop combines the ex-post and the ex-ante model based assessment of ETSs and will take place during the Joint Session of Workshops of the Robert Schuman Centre in the context of the 30 anniversary of the Centre.

Participation in the event is via invitation only. Find out more about the programme of the Joint Session of Workshops here.


Villa Schifanoia Via Boccaccio,121
Firenze, 50133 Italy
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Lea Heinrich
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LIFE COASE is co-funded by the LIFE Programme of the European Union

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