The European Commission’s sought feedback on its controversial initiative to introduce carbon border measures to protect its heavy industry.

Whilst it popular to talk though on trade, this could be the point at which the EU loses its ability to build diverse international coalitions to advance collective action to solve the climate crisis.

Worse still, it could hammer large parts of the economy to protect the very few, who, as we highlight, have very weak arguments for protectionism in the first place.

Our response is available here