Emmanuel has been a senior economist at ADEME (the French Ecological transition agency) since 2017. He previously worked as researcher at the International Center for Research on Environment and Development (CIRED). An agronomical engineer, he obtained his PhD at the EHESS in 2013 (Carbon taxation and social progress). He coordinates the multidisciplinary prospective program at ADEME, which evaluates public policies and ecological transition scenarios. His research work delves into conciliating social, economical, ecological issues and the fairness conditions for the ecological transition, as well as sustainable development planification, carbon taxation and public finances, prospective, macro-economical and distributional analysis. Within the Chair Energy and Prosperity, he contributes to the axis of research “Macro-economical and societal challenges”.
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The cattle sector, both emissions- and land-intensive, represents a great opportunity for mitigation through reforestation. In this paper, we study the efficiency of land-use regulation. Our analytical results indicate that the subsidy is the best alternative policy to emissions tax, provided that the elasticities of land use and emissions to cattle feeding are close. Interestingly,...
The workshop aims to identify the key uncertainties and debates regarding the role of bioenergy in a climate neutral economy, at national and global scales, and the challenges for the design of climate policies. Speakers and precise time will be confirmed soon.