Environmental problems are caused and exacerbated by market and policy failures. Governments must intervene to correct these failures and address behavioural barriers to net zero sustainable development. Our research analyses how economic policy (for example post-Covid recovery spending) is affecting the environment, and how environmental policies (such as carbon pricing and technology subsidies) are affecting both environmental and economic outcomes.
- Agile Initiative
- Sustainable Fiscal Policy
- Building Resilience
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Klenert, D., Mattauch, L., Combet, E., Edenhofer, O., Hepburn, C., Rafaty, R. and Stern, N., 2018. Making carbon pricing work for citizens. Nature Climate Change, 8(8), pp.669-677. Link