Climate backstop, border adjustments sticking points for US CO2 pricing bills -experts

Published 19:48 on September 20, 2019  /  Last updated at 00:20 on September 16, 2020  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, US  /  No Comments

Numerous carbon pricing bills introduced in the US Congress this year could require further work in order to properly implement a price-ratcheting mechanism tied to GHG goals and a border adjustment for fossil fuel exports and imports, experts said Friday.

Numerous carbon pricing bills introduced in the US Congress this year could require further work in order to properly implement a price-ratcheting mechanism tied to GHG goals and a border adjustment for fossil fuel exports and imports, experts said Friday.

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