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Putting a price on carbon is, as agreed by most, an important tool to address climate change. But as many examples around the world have recently highlighted, public engagement is critical to the success of climate policies.

If key stakeholders and voters do not understand or support the policy - however well designed - it will be vulnerable to attack, concessions to powerful interests or removal altogether.

At the COP24 UN climate summit, we released a new Guide to Communicating Carbon Pricing, which provides policymakers and their communications colleagues with recommendations for designing and implementing effective carbon pricing communication strategies.

Drawing on case studies, research and best practice, the Guide is accompanied by two Briefing Notes - one for governments and one for business - and was commissioned by The Partnership for Market Readiness and the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition.

The launch event at COP24 and an interview with the authors

Introducing the Guide to Communicating Carbon Pricing

Photo credit: David Hsu


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