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European Governance and the Low-Carbon Pathway

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European Governance and the Low-Carbon Pathway

Analysis of challenges and opportunities arising from overlaps between climate and energy policy and from centralisation of climate policies

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Bausch, Camilla et al.. 2015. European governance and the low-carbon pathway: Analysis of challenges and opportunities arising from overlaps between climate and energy policy as well as from centralisation of climate policies. CECILIA2050 WP4 Deliverable 4.2. Berlin: Ecologic Institute.

Bausch, Camilla et al.. 2015. European governance and the low-carbon pathway: Analysis of challenges and opportunities arising from overlaps between climate and energy policy as well as from centralisation of climate policies. CECILIA2050 WP4 Deliverable 4.2. Berlin: Ecologic Institute.

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English
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Ennid Roberts, LLM
Lena Donat, LLM
Christine Lucha
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2015
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108 pp.
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CECILIA2050, climate policy, carbon pricing, private transport, greenhouse gas reduction, emissions, taxes, air pollution, climate change
EU, European Union