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In 2016, the International Civil Aviation Organization adopted the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) to limit the climate impact of international air travel and ensure carbon neutral growth from 2020. The EU has integrated aviation into its own ETS. But are these efforts enough to tackle the growth in emissions from aviation? How can market-based instruments contribute further?
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Agriculture, land use and forestry are challenging sectors to include in a carbon pricing regime – in terms of data availability, the number and size of emission sources and liable entities, capacities for effective enforcement, and others. At the same time, the sector accounts for the bulk of emissions in numerous countries. What are the options to bring agriculture, land use and forestry into a carbon pricing regime, and what can be learned from existing experiences?