Countries not doing enough to address trade-embodied GHGs –report

Published 18:08 on November 16, 2022  /  Last updated at 18:08 on November 16, 2022  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, CBAM, China, EMEA, International, US  /  No Comments

Roughly 25% of global GHG output is occurring through international trade, and nations must consider carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs) and other measures in order to adequately mitigate these emissions, according to a report published Tuesday.

Roughly 25% of global GHG output is occurring through international trade, and nations must consider carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs) and other measures in order to adequately mitigate these emissions, according to a report published Tuesday.

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