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As president of the Glasgow climate summit, the UK can’t shy away from carbon border adjustments

 This post is by Hannah Dillon, head of the Zero Carbon Campaign.

The European Commission’s proposal to implement a carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) has come under increasing scrutiny over recent weeks, and this is only set to intensify as an increasing number of global leaders focus in on the need to ‘put a price on carbon’.

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Carbon pricing might not be trendy but it’s needed for a low carbon economy

This post is by Hannah Dillon, head of the Zero Carbon Campaign.

There are many things uncertain about post-Brexit Britain, but indecision around how pollution will be priced beyond December could have serious implications, both for the implementation of a green recovery from Covid-19, and the realisation of the UK’s 2050 net zero carbon target.

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