Association Webinars: Climate Change Policies: lessons from Europe



Europe is one of the worldwide leaders in setting environmental and climate policies. We will review some of them, to the light of the latest developments proposed in the context of the RePowerEU framework, prompted by the Russian-Ukranian war, and the recent decisions on how to reach carbon neutrality in 2050. We will discuss the EU-ETS credibility, policies to decarbonize electricity demand, carbon offsetting.

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Anna Creti is Full Professor at Université Paris Dauphine, Paris; Director of the Climate Economics Chair (Dauphine University) and the Economics of Gas Chair (Dauphine University, Toulouse School of Economics, IFPEN, Ecole des Mines). She is Research Fellow, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris and external Affiliate, Siebel Institute, Berkeley. Anna holds a PhD from the Toulouse School of Economics and a post-doc from the London School of Economics. She has extensively studied competition and regulation of network utilities (telecommunications, banks, gas, electricity...), as well as the link between energy, climate and environmental regulation. Anna serves as coeditor of Energy Economics and she has numerous publications in top economic journals.


Marc Baudry is professor of economics at the University of Paris Nanterre and head of the research program "CO2 pricing and low-carbon innovation" at the Climate Economics Chair. His work is at the crossroads between environmental and natural resources economics on the one hand, and innovation economics on the other hand.

Philippe Delacote is a research director at INRAE and head of the agriculture and forests research program at the Climate Economics Chair. His research interests combine environment and development economics to analyze tropical deforestation, conservation policies and adaptation to extreme weather events.

Olivier Massol is professor of economics at IFP School, a graduate school of engineering, and serves as head of the “Energy Transitions” research program at the Climate Economics Chair. Olivier has a keen interest in the economics of energy systems. His research typically combines elements of environmental and natural resources economics, industrial organization and operations research.

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Event Date: September 14, 2022

Event Time: 10:00 - 11:00 aM Eastern Time

Topic: Climate Change Policies: lessons from Europe

Moderator: Anna Creti

Speakers: Marc Baudry, Philippe Delacote, and Olivier Massol

Price: FREE

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