Using EU ETS Auctioning Revenues for Climate Action

2013. 6. 3.

Using EU ETS Auctioning Revenues for Climate Action

What is the appetite for earmarking within specific EU member states?

(BRIEFING PAPER)

A Germanwatch szervezésében - a MEHI közreműködésével - készült tanulmány a szén-dioxid kvótabevételek klímavédelmi célú felhasználásának szabályozását mutatja be EU szerte.

(A dokumentum elérhető a bal oldali sávban, vagy az alábbi linken: http://germanwatch.org/en/6853)

Közreműködő szervezetek: MEHI, Polish Climate Coalition, RAC France, Sance pro budovy, Greenpeace Central Eastern Europe, Kepa Finland





TARTALOM

1 Introduction

2 Addressing the needs - using EU ETS revenues for climate-related expeditures
2.1 Climate financing needs - domestically and globally
2.2 EU ETS revenues - A promising source for international and national climate financing?
2.2.1 The use of the EU ETS revenues: The recomendation of the EU ETS directive as a compromise
2.2.2 The EU ETS and its recent problems: Need for reparation to increase the certificate price

3 Earmarking: A sensible means?
3.1 Budgetary earmarking: Advantages and disadvantages
3.2 Political earmarkingh: What does this mean?
3.3 Case study Germany: The Special Energy and Climate Fund

4 Appetite for earmarking within specific EU Memeber States?
4.1 Case studies of specific EU Member States
4.1.1 Case study: Poland
4.1.2 Case study: France
4.1.3 Case study: Finland
4.1.4 Case study: Romania
4.1.5 Case study: Czech Republic
4.1.6 Case study: Hungary

5 Conclusion

6 References