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Proposals on Carbon-related Border Adjustments: Prospects for WTO Compliance

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/CCLR/2010/1/127

Kateryna Holzer


nsequences of climate change make immediate action to stabilize global temperature, through reductions in emissions of greenhouse gases resulted from human activities, extremely important. Delay in reaching an international agreement on a future global climate regime increases the likelihood that industrialized countries will act on climate change unilaterally, curbing not only domestic industrial emissions but also introducing restrictions on emissions associated with the production of imported products abroad. In the current negotia

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