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The Smart Taxes & Money network originated in 2009, as a result of a funding allocation from the Irish Department of the Environment. The funding was discontinued in 2012; however, the website remains as an extensive archive of the network’s work.

The purpose of the Smart Taxes project was to develop policies options to reform fiscal and other financial and monetary mechanisms in Ireland to deliver environmental, social and economic sustainability.  Emer O’Siochru was the Project Manager, and David Korowicz was the acting Research Coordinator for the project.

The second policy research project addressed climate change, entitled  Carbon Cycles and Sinks.

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