New Article “Stakeholders’ Perceptions of the EU ETS Revision and Development”

New Article “Stakeholders’ Perceptions of the EU ETS Revision and Development”

New Article “Stakeholders’ Perceptions of the EU ETS Revision and Development”. We invite you to read an article by Maciej Cygler which has been published at Environmental Protection and Natural Resources.













The European Green Deal (EGD) communication supports strengthening and expansion of the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS). Possible linkages with other carbon markets worldwide are also subject to both experts’ and policy-makers’ discussions. Results of the survey on the state and expectations concerning the development of the EU climate policy measures, in particular, the EU ETS, are presented in this article.  There is a group of questions dealing with the EU ETS performance and future development, and another concerning available information assessment and individual self-assessment in terms of relevant knowledge.


The survey has been made as a part of the LIFE VIIEW 2050 project to support the best possible adjustment of the project outputs to its target group expectations. The project has been implemented by the Centre for Climate and Energy Analyses (CAKE), being a part of the National Centre for Emissions Management (KOBiZE).


The main project objective is to assess the functioning of the EU ETS, its interaction with other EU policy measures, other international emissions trading systems and its further development concerning a climate-neutral EU economy by 2050. In conclusion the survey results prove a quite significant stakeholder support to the EU ETS and its further development, including the system extension and linking with other carbon markets worldwide. 


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