Review of the PEGNet Online Conference 2021 by Katja Dombrowski (D+C/E+Z)

Our media partner D+C/E+Z published an interesting review on the PEGNet Online Conference 2021 on “Climate risks and policies - Towards resilient low-carbon economies” that took place this March.

In her article on “A carbon tax should promote redistribution”, Katja Dombrowski states that many experts think that carbon pricing makes sense for developing countries in particular but that one main focus has to be the protection of the poor from its potential negative consequences. Please find the whole D+C issue on Climate Action and all other previously published D+C issues on the magazine’s website at

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