MARC(U) MY WORD: Addressing “crunch issues” in the EU CBAM

Published 16:59 on January 11, 2022  /  Last updated at 12:09 on December 19, 2023  /  CBAM, Contributed Content, EMEA, EU ETS, Other Content

Mohammed Chahim MEP’s draft report on the EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) takes a more aggressive stance and places greater focus on achieving the EU target on climate change, but seems less concerned about impacts on competitiveness of EU industry and the resulting risk of emissions leakage to third countries, argue Andrei Marcu, Michael Mehling, and Aaron Cosbey of think-tank ERCST.
Mohammed Chahim MEP’s draft report on the EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) takes a more aggressive stance and places greater focus on achieving the EU target on climate change, but seems less concerned about impacts on competitiveness of EU industry and the resulting risk of emissions leakage to third countries, argue Andrei Marcu, Michael Mehling, and Aaron Cosbey of think-tank ERCST.


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