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Macroeconomic impacts of carbon pricing: Case of energy subsidies phase out and the introduction of a carbon price in Tunisia

As a coastal country experiencing vulnerability from climate change with environmental degradation due to an increase in average temperatures, a reduction in precipitation, a rise in sea level, water scarcity and desertification, Tunisia is no stranger to the threat that climate change can, and already poses to its people and economy. Indeed, the national constitution, passed in 2014, recognizes the threat of climate change, promising its citizens the right to a healthy and balanced environment.

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