Enel Foundation offers additional impulse to the Enel Endowment for Environmental Economics to the Harvard Environmental Economics Program (HEEP). HEEP develops innovative answers to today’s complex environmental issues, by providing a venue to bring together faculty and graduate students from across Harvard University engaged in research, teaching and outreach in environmental and natural resource economics and related public policy.
The program sponsors research projects, convenes workshops, and supports graduate education to further understanding of critical issues in environmental, natural resource, and energy economics and policy around the world. In the context of this relations, since 2012, Enel Foundation has promoted the development of discussion papers addressing important topics in international climate policy, especially those pertaining to market-based approaches to climate change. The papers are discussed during side events that take place in the framework of the Conference Of the Parties (COP) yearly meetings.
- Linking Heterogeneous Climate Policies (Consistent with the Paris Agreement)
- The Political Economy of Carbon Pricing Policy Design (2/2, 2017)
- Living Mitigation Plans: The Co-Evolution of Mitigation Pledge and Review (2016)
- Evaluating Mitigation Effort: Tools and Institutions for Assessing Nationally Determined Contributions (2015)
- An Assessment of the Energy‐Efficiency Gap and Its Implications for Climate‐Change Policy (2014)
- Linkage of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Systems: Learning from Experience (2013)
- Can New Market Mechanisms Mobilize Emissions Reductions from the Private Sector? (2012)