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Soaring carbon prices spell trouble ahead for bloc’s climate policies
Several ideas have emerged in recent weeks that aim to lower carbon emissions associated with imports
Commission to unveil a dozen policies designed to ensure EU can meet pollution goals
Leaked draft proposal hints at a years-long transition and limited sectors targeted
Some of Europe’s metal groups call for a different approach as they weigh up billions of dollars in fees
Record costs in bloc’s Emissions Trading Scheme are a gift to rivals, say companies
Joe Biden’s resistance to Europe’s plan for import tariffs should not block the green policy
Putting a high cost on emissions will supercharge investment in greener technologies — and cripple businesses that cannot adapt
EU mechanism might lead to only incremental change but would nudge world in right direction
Environment minister Barbara Pompili expects more pressure on China over climate pledges
Leading companies write to Boris Johnson urging him not to implement an emissions tax
Fee of $250-$300 per tonne of CO2 will drive users to low emission fuels, says Trafigura