CBAM should have nimble design to adjust to evolving global circumstances -report

Published 19:37 on October 27, 2022  /  Last updated at 20:07 on October 27, 2022  /  Americas, CBAM, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International, US  /  No Comments

The EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) needs to stay agile to recognise the evolving global geopolitical context and asymmetries of climate policies, with the US Inflation Reduction Act a prevalent example, a research group emphasised on Thursday.

The EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) needs to stay agile to recognise the evolving global geopolitical context and asymmetries of climate policies, with the US Inflation Reduction Act a prevalent example, a research group emphasised on Thursday.

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