SDG 13: Climate Action

Here's why countries must cooperate on carbon prices

Recent surges in food and fuel costs are hurting households everywhere. Image: Unsplash/ Chris LeBoutillier

Jean Chateau

Senior Economist, IMF

Florence Jaumotte

Senior Economist, Research Department, IMF

Gregor Schwerhoff

Economist, Multilateral Surveillance Division of the IMF’s Research Department

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An international carbon price floor (ICPF) is the only option that would accomplish the 2-degree target. Image: IMF-ENV model, UNEP (2020)

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