Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies How to introduce the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in the EU In this blogpost for the FSR Climate LifeDicet blog, Robert Jeszke, Izabela Tobiasz and Maciej Pyrka discuss how to implement the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in the European Union 12/04/2021 | News - Blog Print Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Send by email In the latest LifeDicet blogpost Robert Jeszke, Izabela Tobiasz and Maciej Pyrka (Centre for Climate and Energy Analyses – CAKE of the National Centre for Emission Management – KOBiZE) discuss how to implement the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) in the European Union, and the current CBAM options being considered by the European Commission: import tax, consumption charge, carbon added tax and system parallel to the EU ETS (preferred option). Read their full analysis on the LifeDicet website. The LifeDicet project is part of the Florence School of Regulation Energy and Climate and is co-funded by the LIFE Programme of the European Commission. Its objective is to support EU and Member State policymakers in deepening international cooperation for the development and possible integration of carbon markets. Learn more about LifeDicet and its research activities and programmes.