ANALYSIS: Voter concerns to curb prospects for EU governmental carbon trade

Published 17:34 on February 4, 2022  /  Last updated at 17:39 on March 16, 2022  /  Carbon Taxes, CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Nature-based  /  No Comments

Establishing steeper 2030 EU emission reduction targets for hard-to-abate sectors falling outside the bloc's ETS is expected to make cross-border transfers an increasingly attractive option for high-income nations struggling to meet goals exclusively through domestic climate action.

Establishing steeper 2030 EU emission reduction targets for hard-to-abate sectors falling outside the bloc’s ETS is expected to make cross-border transfers an increasingly attractive option for high-income nations struggling to meet goals exclusively through domestic climate action.

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