The best way for the EU and the US to jointly introduce carbon border adjustment would be to form a ‘climate club’.
When Joe Biden visits Europe for the first time as US president, he should begin forging a transatlantic green deal.
Can the three biggest economies agree a carbon tax on imports to catalyse climate action globally?
If the three biggest economies agree a carbon tax on imports, it will catalyse climate action globally.
Join us for a discussion of transatlantic competition with Kristalina Georgieva, Margrethe Vestager and Amy Klobuchar among others.
Structural factors are putting downward pressure on rates: is it time for macroeconomic policy to play second fiddle in managing demand?
How US climate policy is likely to evolve, and which international impacts can be expected?
President Biden has promised to implement a levy on carbon-intensive imports, albeit without a federal domestic carbon price. The measure faces a number of difficulties, but could feasibly be implemented. The route chosen by the US will have important implications for the EU's own plans.
Join us to mark the launch of the eponymous paper co-written with the European Council on Foreign Relations.
It is hard to imagine how either the EU or the US can do better on the big issues if they pursue their interests separately.
In the eyes of Europeans, Joe Biden’s US election win brings the promise of major change with global relevance. From climate to multilateralism, to trade and managing global public goods, here is a take on how to understand this promise.
Time has come for Europe, the US and possibly China to create a global “Climate Club”.