Work on the Paris climate framework, to be agreed in December 2015, occurs at an interesting juncture: nearly 40 Parties have either implemented or are developing carbon-pricing policies at national or sub-national levels. Given this progress, the agreement should provide support for those Parties (and others) to build and expand these systems. A fundamental assurance could support Parties in efforts to cooperate in achieving ambitious, cost-effective mitigation contributions through use of market-based pricing systems. IETA, its member companies and coalition partners will be writing about the importance of carbon pricing in the 2015 agreement throughout the year. If you are interested in blogging for us, or have a question about the content posted here, please leave a comment or get in touch with us directly. Enjoy!

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