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Economic instruments for a low-carbon future

Label
Economic instruments for a low-carbon future
Title
Economic instruments for a low-carbon future
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book critically assesses recent developments in environmental and tax legislation, and in particular low-carbon strategies. It analyses the implementation of market-based instruments for achieving climate stabilisation objectives around the world. Through case studies and broader analysis, the authors examine taxes and subsidies in energy intensive sectors including stationary energy and transport in Europe and South America, and low-carbon strategies in Australia and East Asia. They also address cross-cutting policy issues involving water pollution and biodiversity protection. This work illustrates how economic instruments for a low-carbon transition need to align with other governmental policies and together influence behaviour in multiple domains such as energy, mobility, trade, land use and innovation
Geographic coverage
International
Index
no index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Zachariadis, T
  • Milne, J.E
  • Skou Andersen, M
  • Ashiabor, H
Series statement
Critical issues in environmental taxation series
Series volume
Vol. XXII
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  • environmental incentive
  • environmental law
  • environmental tax
  • carbon tax
  • aviation tax
Label
Economic instruments for a low-carbon future
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • 1. Price support schemes in the service of the EU's low-carbon energy transition/
  • Iliopoulos, T.
  • ; p. 2-15
  • 2. Tax incentives for photovoltaic power self-consumption: an analysis of the Spanish experience
  • Villar Ezcurra, M.
  • Cámara Barroso, M. del C.
  • ; p. 16-31
  • 3. The new Brazilian net metering system: a case study of the sustainable development of the country's energy matrix with renewable sources
  • McCall Zanocchi, J.M.
  • ; p. 32-47
  • 4. VAT rules for passenger travel by air and by train in the EU/
  • Tumpel, J.
  • ; p. 48-56
  • 5. Incentivizing favorable treatment of electric vehicles - developing best practices in the EU from the Austrian perspective
  • Geringer, S.
  • ; p. 57-69
  • 6. "Ecobonus" and "ecotax" : two recent Italian fiscal measures to promote the decarbonisation in the vehicles system
  • Tomo, A.
  • ; p. 70-81
  • 7. Australian carbon policy: two steps forward, one step backwards?
  • Guglyuvatyy, E.
  • Stoianoff, N.P.
  • ; p. 82-97
  • 8. May Link prevail! Or: a comparative analysis of lessons learnt from (not) linking carbon markets in Japan and Oceania
  • Rudolph,S.
  • Aydos, E.
  • Kawakatsu, T.
  • Lerch, A.
  • Dellatte, J.
  • ; p. 98-113
  • 9. Study on carbon emission reduction effect of environmental protection tax in China
  • Feng, L.
  • Chazhong, G. Fenfen, B.
  • Changbo, Q.
  • ; p. 114-126
  • 10. How to reach Paris: a comprehensive long-term energy-economy scenario for Austria
  • Meyer, I.
  • Sommer,M.
  • Kratena, K.
  • ; p. 127-140
  • 11. The importance of a carbon tax for timely and cost-effective decarbonisation - a case study from Cyprus
  • Sotiriou, C.
  • Zachariadis, T.
  • ; p. 141-156
  • 12. Trigger or time fuse? An empirical methodology for detecting change points and pace in the diffusion of low-carbon technologies/
  • Kulmer, V.
  • Kortschak, D.
  • Seebauer, S.
  • ; p. 157-171
  • 13. The potential of reuse in the circular economy strategy: in search of a legal framework - the Italian tax perspective
  • Bisogno, M.
  • ; p. 172-185
  • 14. Environmental taxation in sub-Saharan Africa: barriers and policy options
  • Belletti, E.
  • ; p. 186-203
  • 15. Implications of Denmark's water price reform for riverine and coastal surface water quality
  • Pizzol, M.
  • Molinos-Senante, M.
  • Thodsen, H.
  • Skou Andersen, M.
  • ; p. 204-217
  • 16. Reduction of biodiversity harmful subsidies and compensatory payments for agricultural pollutants in Germany
  • Schlegelmilch, K.
  • ; p. 218-234
Isbn
9781839109904
Label
Economic instruments for a low-carbon future
Publication
Contents
  • 1. Price support schemes in the service of the EU's low-carbon energy transition/
  • Iliopoulos, T.
  • ; p. 2-15
  • 2. Tax incentives for photovoltaic power self-consumption: an analysis of the Spanish experience
  • Villar Ezcurra, M.
  • Cámara Barroso, M. del C.
  • ; p. 16-31
  • 3. The new Brazilian net metering system: a case study of the sustainable development of the country's energy matrix with renewable sources
  • McCall Zanocchi, J.M.
  • ; p. 32-47
  • 4. VAT rules for passenger travel by air and by train in the EU/
  • Tumpel, J.
  • ; p. 48-56
  • 5. Incentivizing favorable treatment of electric vehicles - developing best practices in the EU from the Austrian perspective
  • Geringer, S.
  • ; p. 57-69
  • 6. "Ecobonus" and "ecotax" : two recent Italian fiscal measures to promote the decarbonisation in the vehicles system
  • Tomo, A.
  • ; p. 70-81
  • 7. Australian carbon policy: two steps forward, one step backwards?
  • Guglyuvatyy, E.
  • Stoianoff, N.P.
  • ; p. 82-97
  • 8. May Link prevail! Or: a comparative analysis of lessons learnt from (not) linking carbon markets in Japan and Oceania
  • Rudolph,S.
  • Aydos, E.
  • Kawakatsu, T.
  • Lerch, A.
  • Dellatte, J.
  • ; p. 98-113
  • 9. Study on carbon emission reduction effect of environmental protection tax in China
  • Feng, L.
  • Chazhong, G. Fenfen, B.
  • Changbo, Q.
  • ; p. 114-126
  • 10. How to reach Paris: a comprehensive long-term energy-economy scenario for Austria
  • Meyer, I.
  • Sommer,M.
  • Kratena, K.
  • ; p. 127-140
  • 11. The importance of a carbon tax for timely and cost-effective decarbonisation - a case study from Cyprus
  • Sotiriou, C.
  • Zachariadis, T.
  • ; p. 141-156
  • 12. Trigger or time fuse? An empirical methodology for detecting change points and pace in the diffusion of low-carbon technologies/
  • Kulmer, V.
  • Kortschak, D.
  • Seebauer, S.
  • ; p. 157-171
  • 13. The potential of reuse in the circular economy strategy: in search of a legal framework - the Italian tax perspective
  • Bisogno, M.
  • ; p. 172-185
  • 14. Environmental taxation in sub-Saharan Africa: barriers and policy options
  • Belletti, E.
  • ; p. 186-203
  • 15. Implications of Denmark's water price reform for riverine and coastal surface water quality
  • Pizzol, M.
  • Molinos-Senante, M.
  • Thodsen, H.
  • Skou Andersen, M.
  • ; p. 204-217
  • 16. Reduction of biodiversity harmful subsidies and compensatory payments for agricultural pollutants in Germany
  • Schlegelmilch, K.
  • ; p. 218-234
Isbn
9781839109904

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