I4CE just Published a Study on Environmental Budget Tagging
According to the Institute for Climate Economics (I4CE), “This study takes stock on the experience of some twenty countries and several international development institutions in Environmental Budget Tagging. It identifies the expected benefits and the conditions to achieve them: take into account the measures that are unfavorable to the environment, consider the outcomes of assessed measures and not only their intention, repeat the exercise over time and fit it into the existing administrative culture and processes.”
I4CE is a Paris-based think tank with expertise in economics and finance with the mission to support action against climate change. Through its applied research, the Institute contributes to the debate on climate-related policies. It also publishes research to support financial institutions, businesses and territories in the fight against climate change and that assists with the incorporation of climate issues into their activities and operations. I4CE is a registered non-profit organization, founded by the French National Promotional Bank Caisse des Dépôts and the French Development Agency.
You will find the study in English and French by clicking on the documents below:
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