The risk is that without international coordination, the world could descend into ‘green’ protectionism – and Britain would be trapped on the outside.
For the sake of our bills as well as our security interests, we need to double down on homegrown green energy instead.
The Government can’t deliver levelling up without more supply-side change, localism and public service reform.
The D10 presents an opportunity for coordinating democracies around goals of combating climate change while securing supply chains.
The final part in ConHome’s series this week on the future of the United Kingdom.
Very rarely do the stars align in favour of a truly inspiring act of leadership. They are doing so for Border Carbon Adjustment. It just needs a catchier name.
The deal’s recognition of the part to be played by this measure is a tremendously important move forward in the battle against climate change.
Besides, the cash-strapped Chancellor will need to raise revenue from somewhere. Here are some points to consider before going ahead.
It doesn’t make grand predictions about what will work or what we should do. It just prices in the ‘bad’ – in this case, emissions.