The main objective of this event is to discuss the unique challenges of assessing social impact & taxonomy in relation to sustainable investment.
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A year ago, the idea of a carbon border tax was more of a hypothetical than an actual plan. But a year ago, the EU had not yet tightened its already tight emission reduction targets.
In the midst of the climate emergency last month, the European Union and the United States proposed carbon taxes with the goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prevent businesses from moving to countries with fewer regulation laws.
Canada should collaborate with the US and EU to design a set of ‘border carbon adjustment’ plans, a think tank has argued – warning that failing to do so could weaken both domestic industries, and Canada’s contribution to tackling climate change.
After years of debate, the European Commission has unveiled its proposed carbon border levy. It is bold, complicated, controversial – and its prospects are far from certain.
Aaron Cosbey speaks with The National about the latest update to the EU's Green Deal and why border carbon adjustments will soon need to be put into place in Canada.
Canada is preparing to introduce a carbon border adjustment measure whose contours are not yet known.
A new report is the first to examine in detail the kinds of questions Canada will have to answer as it designs a BCA regime.
What Does the Draft European Union–China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment Mean for Sustainable Development?
Will this deal actually yield the benefits that both sides have promised? Our expert analyzes the draft text to see where these commitments are upheld and where there's room for improvement.
In the sixth chapter of The Wonk’s Survival Guide to the European Green Deal, POLITICO looks at the EU’s ambition to serve as a model for the rest of the world in the fight against climate change.