Anna Reyneri di Lagnasco, LLM student in Energy and Climate Law, is co-author of a technical report on 'The Use of Auctioning Revenues from the EU ETS for Climate Action'.
The study was carried out by the Berlin-based think tank Ecologic Institute. It analyses the reporting by eight EU Member States on how they spent revenues from auctioning CO2 allowances since 2013. The authors find significant shortcomings in the reporting by governments and reveal that part of the auctioning revenue was actually spent on support for fossil fuels.
Anna performed a case study of Italy, in the context of her LLM thesis supervised by professor Edwin Woerdman.
This article was published by the Faculty of Law.
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