Carbon Border Taxes Loom Over Climate Diplomacy

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  • Major developed consumer economies are in various stages of crafting carbon border taxes.
  • The initiatives could be seen as imposing costs on developing economies already scrambling for climate financing.
  • China and Russia are sure to oppose the initiatives, creating another point of tension.

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