EnergyCents- Ep 40: Entrance fees: EU set to consider levy on border-crossing carbon
High-carbon imports into the European Union pose challenges to the EU reaching its net-zero ambition by 2050. A proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, or CBAM, seeks to balance high-emitting industries’ cost competitiveness with carbon consciousness, and may provide a template for managing the cost of emissions in international trade. EnergyCents welcomes European Climate Policy expert Coralie Laurencin to walk us through the potential implications and timing of a CBAM, and highlight the myriad complexities of charting a course in cross-border regulation.
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