E15: Carbon tariff will help European producers, experts say. China and Russia criticize proposal

According to world agencies, the European Parliament and the EU-27 are close to reaching a preliminary agreement on the so-called carbon tariff. The instrument, known as CBAM, is intended to prevent companies that produce in the European Union and have to pay for emission allowances there from being disadvantaged against companies from non-EU countries where climate regulations are looser. According to experts, the mechanism will mainly affect Russian companies. Our researcher Kateřina Davidová also commented on this issue.

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EU MONITOR: How will CBAM affect manufacturing industries in the Czech Republic?

Katharine Klačanský wrote an article about The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism and how it will impact manufacturing industry in Czech Republic.

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Růst s čistým svědomím: Carbon tax

Our research fellow Kateřina Davidová was a guest at podcast of a Czech MEP Mikuláš Peksa called Růst s čistým svědomím. The main topic of the episode was Carbon tax and Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism.

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EU MONITOR: The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and its effects on trade with third countries

Tom Baker wrote an article about The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, which should be one of the policies to green the area of its activity. The paper offers ideas on how best the EU should proceed with the implementation of the CBAM.

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