Julia Hartmann is Professor of Management and Sustainability at EBS University of Business and Law. Her research focuses on sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, sustainable supply chain management and operations. Her research has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of World Business, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, and Journal of Cleaner Production. Dr. Hartmann has received several awards, including the EBS Upcoming Scholar of 2011 Award and the EBS Students' Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2012. Julia Hartmann received her PhD in Supply Chain Management in 2008 and granted professorship in Economics in 2014.
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As part of the EU’s path to hitting net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, a new Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM — a.k.a carbon border tax) was adopted from July 14th 2021. Here’s how the CBAM impacts industry, and how you can avoid high costs by reducing your supply chain emissions.