This report discusses different legislative approaches that governments can implement to curb the impact of plastic pollution. The approaches adopted should be a matrix of bans, economic and tax, solid waste management, extended producer responsibility, and other educational approaches that create incentives and disincentives that result in less single-use plastic being created and thrown away.
This paper discusses the design considerations for a tradable, low-carbon product standard for steel in the United States.
This paper discusses the design considerations for a tradable, low-carbon product standard for cement in the United States.
This paper discusses how understanding the domestic political economy of climate governance is critical for developing informed strategies to build and sustain political ambition. It provides guidance and a methodology for domestic stakeholders to determine the types of institutional reforms, incentives, coalitions, and policy design that can entrench long-term political support for climate ambition. The assessment can also help users identify political barriers to more equitable climate action and identify reforms that may strengthen inclusion and accountability.
This working paper provides local governments (such as cities and counties) with information on why and how they may want to engage in issues at the wholesale energy market level to help achieve their decarbonization goals, and examples of how other similar stakeholders are already working in this area.