Jeroen van den Bergh will be the guest of the online mENTjada (meeting) that ENT will hold on March 24 (from 12 to 1 noon). The title will be “Carbon pricing: features, versions and prospects”.
Jeroen van den Bergh is ICREA Professor in the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (2007–present), and honorary full Professor of Environmental Economics at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (1997–present). His current research is on the interface of environmental economics, energy-climate studies and behavioural sciences. He is founding Editor-in-Chief of the journal Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. Various prizes were awarded to him, including the Royal/Shell Prize 2002 for Sustainability Research, IEC’s Sant Jordi Environmental Prize 2011, and an honorary doctorate from the Open University in the Netherlands. He currently leads an ERC Advanced Grant on the topic “Behavioural-evolutionary analysis of climate policy – bounded rationality, markets and social interactions”. His latest book is Human Evolution beyond Biology and Culture: Evolutionary Social, Environmental and Policy Sciences, published by Cambridge University Press. Recent articles examine a transition path to global carbon pricing and the role of cities in combatting climate change.
The language of the meeting will be English.
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