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Climate policy integration: evidence on coherence in EU policies

In: Environmental Pricing


  • Claudia Kettner
  • Daniela Kletzan-Slamanig
  • Angela Köppl


Environmental taxes can be efficient tools for successful environmental policy. Their use, however, has been limited in many countries. This thoughtful book explores the scope of environmental pricing and examines a variety of national experiences in environmental policy integration, to identify the most effective use of taxation and policy for environmental sustainability.

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  • Claudia Kettner & Daniela Kletzan-Slamanig & Angela Köppl, 2015. "Climate policy integration: evidence on coherence in EU policies," Chapters,in: Environmental Pricing, chapter 1, pages 3-17 Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:16674_1

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