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Carbon border adjustment mechanisms

Inquiry

The Environmental Audit Committee is launching an inquiry into carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs). The inquiry is looking at the role a CBAM could play in addressing potential carbon leakage and meeting the UK’s environmental objectives. The inquiry is also considering the wider impacts, risks and opportunities which might arise if the UK Government were to introduce its own, i.e. unilateral, CBAM.

Read the call for evidence for more detail about the inquiry.

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Monday 25 October 2021.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Fifth Report - Greening imports: a UK carbon border approach
Inquiry Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Committees Environmental Audit Committee
HC 737
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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23 February 2022
Inquiry Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Witnesses HM Treasury, and HM Treasury
Committees Environmental Audit Committee
Oral Evidence
8 December 2021
Inquiry Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Witnesses CCm Technologies, Make UK, and British Standards Institution
Committees Environmental Audit Committee
Oral Evidence
8 December 2021
Inquiry Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Witnesses UK Steel, Mineral Products Association, RWE Supply & Trading GmbH, and Chemical Industries Association
Committees Environmental Audit Committee
Oral Evidence
CBM0031 - Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Witnesses Dr Alice Pirlot (Research Fellow at Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation)
Committees Environmental Audit Committee
Written Evidence
CBM0030 - Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Witnesses CCm Technologies
Committees Environmental Audit Committee
Written Evidence
CBM0029 - Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Witnesses Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Committees Environmental Audit Committee
Written Evidence

Other publications

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Contact us

  • Email: eacom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: (General Enquiries) 020 7219 8890 / (Media Enquiries) 020 7219 1034