Enivronmental Financial Reform

With an environmental financial reform, we are using fiscal policy and taxation to redirect towards a sustainable and fair economy and society - by reducing subsidies that harm the environment and society, by placing our tax system on a broader basis and by making the consumption of resources and the burden on the climate more expensive. The additional revenue should be used sustainably for investments in the future and social justice. 


Swantje Fiedler



Matthias Runkel, FÖS, CAAG, CAN Europe, GBE, EEB  |  10.2019  |  Policy Brief
Matthias Runkel, András Lukács, Nurkyz Nurmanbetova, Anna Nikolova, Roland Joebstl, Markus Trilling, Eero Yrjö-Koskinen, Johanna Kresin, Patrick ten Brink  |  10.2019  |  Study
Matthias Runkel, Lukas Hadré  |  05.2019  |  Study
Matthias Runkel, Swantje Fiedler, Ann-Cathrin Beermann, Alexander Mahler, Rupert Wronski, Malte Oehlmann, Manuel Linsenmeier, Katharina Klaas, Walter Kahlenborn  |  03.2019  |  Study
Matthias Runkel, Christopher Leisinger  |  03.2019  |  Background paper
Matthias Runkel, Alexander Mahler, Ann-Cathrin Beermann  |  11.2018  |  Study
Ann-Cathrin Beermann, Matthias Runkel, Christian Freericks, Alexander Mahler, Tobias Bertermann  |  04.2018  |  Study
Alexander Mahler, Matthias Runkel, Ann-Cathrin Beermann  |  03.2018  |  Policy Brief
Alexander Mahler, Matthias Runkel, Ann-Cathrin Beermann  |  03.2018  |  Policy Brief