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Environmental fiscal reforms can be used to both address climate change and social goals, with high potential also for development cooperation efforts. In particular, using carbon pricing revenues for social protection needs to consider design principles to best address distributional concerns.
Droste, Leonie / Linda Lütkes / Tabea Waltenberg (2023)
The Current Column, 22 May 2023
Germany’s goal has to be to avoid negative spillover effects in order to work together with other countries to implement the 2030 Agenda at global level rather than hindering these countries’ own efforts. Such spillover effects and the establishment of binding structures must therefore be clearly addressed in the German Sustainable Development Strategy.
This policy brief examines the geopoliticisation of development cooperation within the Indo-Pacific region. We discuss the emergence of Indo-Pacific strategies and how these intersect with geopolitics and development cooperation amongst traditional development actors such as the US and EU.