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Workshop on Methodologies for Socio-economic Evaluation of Climate Change Policies and Measures

In order to get more insight into the socio-economic evaluation of climate change related policies and measures (PAMs), the Climate Change Service of the Federal Public Service Health, Food chain Safety and Environment organized an international workshop on 12 May 2016 in Brussels. A broad public of experts was invited to learn from the experiences of the international speakers and to share best practices on how socio-economic effects of mitigation related PAMs are evaluated.

Please find below the links to the presentations:

  • Experience from France by Gilles Croquette (Ministère de l'Environnement, de l'Énergie et de la Mer)
    • Macroeconomic evaluation of projections - PAMs reporting
    • Carbon assessment in taxes on energy products
    • Framework for socio-economic evaluation – externalities and shadow price of carbon
  • Experience from Finland by Tomi J Lindroos (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland)
    • PAMs assessment in Finland
    • The evaluation of PAMs related to renewable energy development
  • Experience from Belgium by Alex Van Steenbergen (BFP)
    • Socio-economic evaluation of PAMs in Belgium : three case studies (kilometre tax, excise duty on car fuel, company cars)