ITIF Presents: Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanisms and Climate-Tech Innovation: A Happy Coupling?
About the Event
Talk of carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs) is everywhere these days. With the European Union releasing a proposal in July to apply its carbon price to imported products and the United States considering a similar approach, policymakers have renewed their focus on leveling the playing field for domestic energy-intensive manufacturers. But CBAMs pose significant implementation challenges and risks to global trading relationships, international climate agreements, and much needed climate-tech innovation. Please join ITIF and Silverado's Co-Founder and Chair Maureen Hinman for a discussion on the current state of carbon tariffs, their challenges, and potential multilateral alternatives.
Co-Founder and Chair, Silverado Policy Accelerator
Managing Director, RMI
Senior Research Fellow & Co-Founder, Centre for European Reform & UK Trade Forum
Senior Policy Analyst, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Director and Co-Founder Carbon Pulse