About GCET

The Global Conference on Environmental Taxation (GCET) has been held every year since 2000 as an international meeting of specialists, and a forum for the exchange of ideas and research findings on environmental taxation and other market-based instruments designed to protect the environment and foster sustainability.
 
The main emphasis of GCET is to provide insights and analysis on how enlightened tax policy can promote sustainable environmental goals. By discussing environmental taxation issues that exist around the world, effective approaches used in one country can be considered and implemented by governmental authorities in other countries.
 
Recent GCET conferences have attracted delegates from more than 50 countries representing a wide range of disciplines (law, economics, accounting, environmental management, and public administration) and a variety of sectors (academic, government, the private sector, and non-governmental organizations).
 
This year the 18th GCET is hosted in Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A., by the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.
 
Annual GCET conferences have been held in:
 

  1. Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. (2000)
  2. Vancouver, Canada (2001)
  3. Woodstock, Vermont, U.S.A. (2002)
  4. Sydney, Australia (2003)
  5. Pavia, Italy (2004)
  6. Leuven, Belgium (2005)
  7. Ottawa, Canada (2006)
  8. Munich, Germany (2007)
  9. Singapore (2008)
  10. Lisbon, Portugal (2009)
  11. Bangkok, Thailand (2010)
  12. Madrid, Spain (2011)
  13. Vancouver, Canada (2012)
  14. Kyoto, Japan (2013)
  15. Copenhagen, Denmark (2014)
  16. Sydney, Australia (2015)
  17. Groningen, Netherlands (2016)