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
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
There are rules, and then there are exceptions to the rules. The World Trade Organization (WTO) has both, as illustrated…

December 6, 2023
Matt Porterfield
In September, we released the report Carbon Import Fees and the WTO, a first-of-its-kind legal analysis of how different climate…

November 15, 2023
Catrina Rorke
As Yogi Berra observed, predictions are hard to make, particularly about the future. But that hasn’t stopped critics of Senator…

November 2, 2023
Matt Porterfield
The speed of climate and trade policy development is intensifying as carbon import fees gain supporters. Many have asked if…

September 19, 2023
Matthew C. Porterfield
The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) in August, with its $369 billion commitment to addressing climate change, has…

November 10, 2022
Matt Porterfield
The Center for Climate and Trade hosted its first in-person event last week, and if we had to pick one…

May 18, 2022
Jessica Holzer
Early opposition to border carbon adjustments has described the policy as too complex to design, too burdensome on companies and…

October 26, 2021
Catrina Rorke
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