Environmental and resource economics, 2020, Vol. 76, pp. 501–503This 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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