Publications

Novel policies at the nexus of climate and trade are gaining momentum internationally. Emerging policies, from carbon import fees—a charge…

May 29, 2024
Holly Rooper
Bilateral negotiations such as the U.S-EU “Global Arrangement on Sustainable Steel and Aluminum” negotiations have attempted to promote international coordination…

May 21, 2024
Daniel Hoenig
A meeting of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in mid-March featured a big step for global cooperation in the fight…

May 14, 2024
Daniel Hoenig
In October 2021, the U.S. and EU announced their intent to negotiate a “Global Arrangement on Sustainable Steel and Aluminum”…

April 25, 2024
Matthew C. Porterfield, Daniel Hoenig, Holly Rooper
Import fees based on emissions intensity are just around the corner. The EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) is in…

April 3, 2024
Daniel Hoenig
The Montreal Protocol is often cited as the most influential international environmental treaty to date. This agreement, which all 197…

April 2, 2024
Holly Rooper
Momentum continues to build worldwide for the use of carbon import fees, policies that charge importers for the emissions embedded…

February 14, 2024
Daniel Hoenig
This blog post will be updated as more details emerge. Climate and trade policies are gaining momentum across the world,…

January 10, 2024
Reuben Francis
The industrial sector generates more than 25% of global CO2 emissions. No climate solution can be effective without identifying and…

December 13, 2023
Catrina Rorke and Matthew C. Porterfield
The Council’s Vice President, Policy and Research Matt Porterfield delivered an oral statement on behalf of the Council at the…

December 7, 2023
Matthew Porterfield
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