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The EU’s Carbon Border Tax Could Hurt Developing Countries

While the European Union’s proposed carbon border tax could help to cut emissions and level the competitive playing field for EU-based firms, it risks hurting poorer countries. By helping to finance the developing world’s green transition, Europe could mitigate the protectionist threat in its own climate agenda.


Read the full article written by Calli Obern (Director of Policy at Capture6).


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