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Europe plans to introduce a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in two years’ time that will require importers to pay a carbon price on covered products – initially aluminium, cement, electricity, fertilizer and iron & steel. Other major economies may follow suit soon.

Watch the recording to get up to speed on carbon border adjustments, with Tennant Reed of Ai Group and Khalil Hegarty of Article Three answering some of the important questions being raised:

  • How are Australian businesses in the initial sectors affected, and who might be next?
  • How will border adjustments actually work, and what is motivating them?
  • Lessons learned from other EU regulatory measures covering trade and environment.
  • What can Australia do to put our best foot forward?

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