Climate & Environment

Climate justice is fundamentally intertwined with economic justice. Both are blocked by concentrated economic and political power. From fostering innovation, to blocking ‘killer acquisitions’ that snuff out promising technologies, to blocking exploitative abuses of the environment, to dismantling power concentrations that block reform, competition policy can play a key role in delivering both climate justice and economic justice.


Tackling monopoly power and the climate crisis – together

Our latest newsletter contains an interview with Simon Holmes, a judge at the UK’s Competition Tribunal, who recently co-published a paper with our co-director Michelle Meagher, on how to use (and reform) competition tools to tackle the climate crisis.

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