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Climate and energy policies after COVID‐19
17 September 2020
Perspectives on the Economics of the Environment in the Shadow of Coronavirus, Environmental and resource economics, 2020, Vol. 76, 501–503
This article emphasises the main challenges that the European climate and energy policy will have to face in the post-COVID era. It suggests a few concrete policies in terms of carbon prices, green investment support schemes and energy prices that could help achieve the EU Green Deal objectives while allowing the necessary economic recovery.
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