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by Gabriel Klaasen


Categories: Events

by Gabriel Klaasen



Peter Atkins
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From: Michelle Koyama <>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2021 at 17:01
Subject: [EGI-SA] FW: Canada WTO CC
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Sorry if you have seen this already, but please see invitation below – I thought that it may be a useful for the gas pressure groups to attend, to put forward issues, Q&A around the Okavongo fracking.


Kind regards



Michelle Koyama


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We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the expert panel on “Border Carbon Adjustments: Issues, Options, and Impacts” on March 4 at 3pm CET, organized by the Permanent Mission of Canada to the WTO. This will be an interesting event for our BCA community, where the main audience of the event will be WTO negotiators and being the first event organized in this context.  


Andrei Marcu, Executive Director of ERCST and Aaron Cosbey, Senior Advisor at ERCST, who are working on the CBAM will be part of the panel.


Please register via this link:


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We are looking forward to your participation to the event,


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