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“Nordic countries indirectly affected by European regulations” Print E-mail
CERE's Runar Brännlund comments on the European development that has come in the wake of more and more renewable energy in the system: "That the Nordic electricity market will receive more elements of regulations isn't something Runar Brännlund believes. He however believes that the regulations performed by European countries to handle price variations in the wake of more renewable energy in the system will affect the price situation even in the Nordic countries.
- We are not isolated, there will be a price equalization affect, he says. "

Read the entire post at Second Opinion (only in Swedish)
Bengt Kriström for president Print E-mail
Bengt Kriström, foto: Mona Bonta BergmanEAERE (European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics) is electing a new president and CERE's research Director Bengt Kriström is one of two candidates.

The presidency means a varied degree of commitment over six years starting January 1st 2014. The voting will take place until November 15th 2013.

More information can be found on EAERE's web.
Ulvön 20th Anniversary Print E-mail
On the 18th-20th June, CERE celebrated the 20th Anniversary of the Ulvön Conference on Environmental Economics. Due to the special occasion and the consistent popularity of the conference, accommodation and places for the conference were filled up fast.
The conference started back in 1993 when CERE's research director Bengt Kriström was at the Stockholm School of Economics and invited Paul Portney to speak at Ulvön.
CERE at EAERE 20th Annual Conference Print E-mail
Several members from CERE were there to present their research. One CERE member; Erik Brockwell, was awarded "Best Poster Award" for his presentation named "The Signaling Effect of Environmental and Health-Based Taxation Policy: An Empirical Analysis".
CERE members presented at the International Energy Workshop Print E-mail
Two CERE members presented their papers at the conference; Jurate Jaraite presented her paper "Firm Trading Behaviour and Transaction Costs in the European Union's Emission Trading System: An Empirical Assessment" and Mathilda Eriksson presented "The Role of the Forest in an Integrated Assessment Model of the Climate and the Economy".
Bengt's visits Workshop on Non-Market Valuation in Nantes, France Print E-mail
New CERE working papers include two new authors and are available on the CERE website Print E-mail
Climate initiatives from municipalities could be pointless Print E-mail
If municipalities want to contribute to reduced emissions, they should simply buy gas emission allowances.

Changing climate policy in the municipality simply leads to increased cost for citizens and companies. The amount of gas emissions stays the same.

This information is from the report; "Energimarknaden, ägandet och klimatet" at SNS where CERE's Tommy Lundgren has been involved.

More information can be found only in Swedish
"Kommunala klimatsatsningar riskerar bli ett slag i luften" GP, published August 28th 2013.
"Forskare varnar för särskilt klimatansvar" Miljö och Utveckling published August 29th 2013.
Read more about CERE in the USBE magazine Print E-mail
The very first issue of Umeå School of Business and Economics (USBE), Altitude tells you more about CERE. 
Read the magazine here.
Brockwell – best poster at EAERE Print E-mail
CERE's Erik Brockwell won "Best Poster Award" at EAERE's annual conference 2013.
Photo: Andrius KazukauskasPhoto: Andrius Kazukauskas
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