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The Future of the EU-UK Emission Trading System
The EU Emission Trading System has represented a meaningful form of collaboration between the EU and the UK since its inception, also contributing to effectively pursuing the Paris Agreement objectives undertaken by both sides. However, the decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union might question its continued cooperation in this field, posing threats to the achievement of such International climate objectives.

After offering a short background to the topic, the authors’ presentation will address the challenges posed by Brexit, explaining why continued collaboration within the ETS scheme, which is achievable in multiple forms, is a recommendable and viable option.
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Margherita Trombetti
Research Associate
With a sound interest in environmental issues and law, Margherita regularly writes as Research Associate for A Path for Europe’s Environment section, bringing forward her academic knowledge and gift of synthesis on compelling topics such as circular economy and the future of EU environmental law. Italian and European citizen by nature, she holds an LL.M. in International and EU Law from Tilburg University and another LL.M. in Law from the University of Bologna.
Vlad Surdea-Hernea
Permanent Author
Working as a freelance consultant in the fields of renewable energy and climate policy, Vlad had the opportunity to engage with stakeholders across the European Union and Great Britain. In his role as permanent author for A Path for Europe (PfEU), his creed was to always include multiple, diverse perspectives from the European environmental field into his opinion pieces, conviction which he upheld with price when discussing post-Brexit relationships between the United Kingdom and the European Union.