J Environ Stud Sci (2017) 7:466–468 DOI 10.1007/s13412-017-0426-9 BOOK REVIEW Natalie P. Stoianoff, Larry Kreiser, Bill Butcher, Janet E. Milne and Hope Ashiabor. Green Fiscal Reform for a Sustainable Future. Reform, Innovation and Renewable Energy Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016 Marta Villar Published online: 18 March 2017 AESS 2017 In the preface to this book, the editors (Natalie P. Stoianoff, The book is organized into four groups of questions. Part I Larry Kreiser, Bill Bucher, Janet E Milne and Hope Ashiabor) starts with four studies on fiscal carbon policy development. refer to its framework. Six of the 17 United Nation’s Part II deals with the interaction of taxes, trade and sustain- Sustainable Development goals directly related to our envi- ability. Part III presents a critical analysis of national experi- ronment and natural resources were adopted while the 16th ences with fuel and energy pricing; and finally, Part IVevalu- Global Conference on Environmental Taxation was being ates green economic instruments (Greene and Braathem 2014) held in Sydney, and all these goals require national fiscal mea- through two Australian case studies. sures to help fund their achievement. This is why the theme In Chapter 1, Cristina Brandimarte (from Italian National chosen
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