Europe plans border tax on carbon. Will others join the club?

Posted on AllSides November 4th, 2021
From The Center
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The COP26 global climate summit is, by design, about bargaining and voluntary steps, not mandates and penalties. But Europe is poised to add a tough-love tactic on the side. Will it help?

What happens when one trading power​ ​is trying to drive down carbon emissions, and other nations aren’t moving so fast? That’s a hot question for the European Union, which makes its heavily polluting industries pay for their pollution while ​many other countries don’t.

Leaders in the EU have long argued that it’s time to level the playing field....

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