Trade: Orgalim Position Paper on the carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM)

Published: 8 December 2021

Policies & Issues: Trade, Energy & Climate

Orgalim calls for an impact assessment of the carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) for downstream industries. Orgalim also calls for WTO-compatibility of CBAM and a clarification of its anti-circumvention provisions. Finally, Orgalim cautions against the excessive use of delegated or implementing acts in CBAM and calls for CBAM to be designed in a non-protectionist way.

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Authors

Selandari
Silvia Selandari
Senior Adviser - Trade and Legal
Mikalauskaitė
Toma Mikalauskaitė
Adviser - Energy and Environment

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