16 Jun 2008

The Trade and Climate Change, Joint Agenda

Thomas L Brewer

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Climate change, international trade, investment and technology transfer are all issues that have intersected in diverse institutional contexts and at several levels of governmental activity to form a new joint agenda. The purpose of this paper by Professor Thomas Brewer of Georgetown University is to advance understanding of this joint agenda by identifying the specific issues that have emerged, the policies that have been adopted, especially in the EU and US, and the options that are available for further policy-making.

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