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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?

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In theory, an ETS can be an efficient tool to reduce emissions – yet in practice, its performance depends on a number of preconditions. One main aspect is the setup and the regulation of the electricity market – is the power sector sufficiently market-oriented for the carbon price to deliver.
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