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Carbon border tax can aid global sustainability, but at what costs?

To avoid conflict, policymakers must tackle distributional issues upfront as part of a strategic design, not as an afterthought. Image: Unsplash/Dominik Vanyi

Kemal Derviş

Vice President, Brookings Institution

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