Should the EU climate policy framework be reformed

@inproceedings{Ellison2011ShouldTE,
  title={Should the EU climate policy framework be reformed},
  author={David Ellison},
  year={2011}
}
Though to-date the European Union (EU) has played the most significant leadership role in international negotiations to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the emission-reducing performance of individual EU Member states has for many been less than stellar. Several EU15 Member states continue to raise rather than lower emissions. Analysing the most successful policy instruments, this paper argues EU policy efforts could benefit from three important innovations. The following strategies – the… CONTINUE READING

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