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    Toward a just energy transition: A distributional analysis of low-carbon policies in the USA 

    García-Muros, X.; Morris, J.; Paltsev, S. (Energy Economics, 2022)
    Distributional impacts of environmental policies have become an increasingly important consideration in policymaking. To evaluate the distributional impacts of carbon pricing with different revenue recycling schemes for ...
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    Who bears the burden of greening electricity? 

    Böhringer, C.; García-Muros, X.; González-Eguino, M. (Energy Economics, 2022)
    Faced with the threat of climate change many countries are promoting renewable energies to decarbonize their energy system. A common policy to foster electricity from renewable energy sources are feed-in tariffs which are ...
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    Barriers to ecological restoration in Europe: expert perspectives 

    Cortina-Segarra, J.; García-Sánchez, I.; Grace, M.; Andrés, P.; Baker, S.; Bullock, C.; Decleer, K.; Dicks, L.V.; Fisher, J.K.; Frouz, J.; Klimkowska, A.; Kyriazopoulos, A.P.; Moreno-Mateos, D.; Rodríguez-González, P.M.; Sarkki, S.; Ventocilla, J.L. (RESTORATION ECOLOGY, 2021)
    Ecological restoration is key to counteracting anthropogenic degradation of biodiversity and to reducing disaster risk. However, there is limited knowledge of barriers hindering the wider implementation of restoration ...
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    Biodiversity and the challenge of pluralism 

    Pascual, U.; Adams, W.M.; Díaz, S.; Lele, S.; Mace, G.M.; Turnhout, E. (Nature Sustainability, 2021)
    The lack of progress in reversing the declining global trend in biodiversity is partly due to a mismatch between how living nature is conceived and valued by the conservation movement on the one hand, and by many different ...

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