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This paper studies the dynamic behaviour of an economy under different environmental policy regimes in a New Keynesian model with nominal and real uncertainty. We find the following results: (i) an emissions cap policy is likely to dampen macroeconomic fluctuations; (ii) staggered price adjustment alters significantly the performance of the environmental policy regime put in place; (iii) the optimal environmental policy response to shocks is strongly influenced by the degree to which pricesdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2332124 fatcat:d7gac5plezehror6idff47gtme