Canadian carbon border measure faces challenges over CO2 price complexity

Published 17:14 on December 16, 2021  /  Last updated at 17:21 on December 16, 2021  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

Canada is currently examining a carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) as it sets it sights on a domestic carbon price of C$170/tonne by 2030, but experts say this level is not at all reflective of what should be charged for emissions at the border.

Canada is currently examining a carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) as it sets it sights on a domestic carbon price of C$170/tonne by 2030, but experts say this level is not at all reflective of what should be charged for emissions at the border.

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