" The bottom line is: can the EU ETS reclaim its place at the heart of EU climate policy? What will the EU ETS look like in 2030? Will the proposals deliver the “robust” carbon price that Europe needs to drive forward climate action? How should a deal in Paris impact EU ETS reform? Can the proposals stem the tide for national market interventions? How can they be reconciled with those interventions to date? Is EU ETS reform the most significant industrial policy decision the Juncker Commission will take in its mandate?"
ViEUws is organising an online debate, sponsored by the European Chemicals Industry Council (CEFIC), on the future EU ETS system and its implementation.
Panelists include: Yvon Slingenberg (European Commission, DG CLIMA), Ian Duncan (MEP, ENVI Committee, Rapporteur), and Hubert Mandery (CEFIC).