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



Christopher Leisinger, Matthias Runkel  |  03.2021  |  Policy Brief
Ann-Cathrin Beermann, Swantje Fiedler, Matthias Runkel, Isabel Schrems, Florian Zerzawy  |  02.2021  |  Study
Matthias Runkel, Mario Meyer  |  11.2020  |  Policy Brief
Ann-Cathrin Beermann, Swantje Fiedler, Mario Meyer, Matthias Runkel, Isabel Schrems, Florian Zerzawy  |  11.2020  |  Study
Holger Bär, Matthias Runkel, Balthasar Kirchgäßner  |  09.2020  |  Policy Brief
Matthias Runkel, Johanna Kresin, Ruth Blanck, Wiebke Zimmer, Stefan Klinski  |  09.2020  |  Study
Matthias Runkel, Lea Paoli, Werner Reh  |  08.2020  |  Study
Holger Bär, Yann Girard, Claudia Kemfert, Johanna Neuhoff, Matthias Runkel, Luna Auler, Ann-Cathrin Beermann, Tom Guse, Leonard Müller, Isabel Schrems  |  06.2020  |  Study
Swantje Fiedler, Matthias Runkel, Dr. Klaus Jacob, Holger Bär, Friedhelm Keimeyer, Michael Zwilling  |  06.2020  |  Study
Stefan Bach, Holger Bär, Katharina Bohnenberger, Sebastian Dullien, Claudia Kemfert, Miriam Rehm, Katja Rietzler, Matthias Runkel, Sophie Schmalz, Silke Tober, Achim Truger  |  05.2020  |  Study