European climate policy on the brink?

The German government wants to postpone the increase of the national carbon price in the Fuel Emissions Trading Act (BEHG) by one year. As part of the third relief package, it was announced that the levy of currently €30 would not be raised to €35 per metric ton of CO2 until January 1, 2024. Accordingly, other planned adjustments will also be postponed by one year.

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