COP26 – ANALYSIS: EU’s carbon border plans test alliance with poorer nations

Published 14:53 on November 2, 2021  /  Last updated at 14:53 on November 2, 2021  /  Africa, CBAM, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

The EU's proposed carbon border adjustment measure (CBAM) risks straining the bloc's alliance with the world's poorest nations as COP26 UN talks kicked off in Glasgow this week, with lawmakers considering ways of appeasing their partners while keeping the flagship climate measure.

The EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment measure (CBAM) risks straining the bloc’s alliance with the world’s poorest nations as COP26 UN talks kicked off in Glasgow this week, with lawmakers considering ways of appeasing their partners while keeping the flagship climate measure.

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