Global net zero commitments may render EU carbon border levy “less” necessary -Commission climate chief

Published 16:34 on November 16, 2020  /  Last updated at 12:52 on September 1, 2021  /  Carbon Taxes, CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Recent carbon neutrality and net zero pledges by some of the world’s most industrialised nations could render the EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) "less" necessary, the European Commission’s climate chief said Monday.

Recent carbon neutrality and net zero pledges by some of the world’s most industrialised nations could render the EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) “less” necessary, the European Commission’s climate chief said Monday.

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