Brookings Mountain West
How can international trade negotiations provide incentives or limit progress on domestic and international climate change policy? This presentation will explore how trade negotiations can reduce trade barriers to low carbon produced goods, the implications of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and free trade agreements, and how pricing carbon to reduce greenhouse gas emissions can lead to international competitiveness and carbon leakage concerns. This presentation will consider the implications of the November 6th election on short and long-term climate policy initiatives.
Carbon taxes; Climatic changes – Government policy; Emissions trading; Global warming – Government policy; International trade – Environmental aspects; World Trade Organization
Climate | International Law | International Trade Law | Natural Resources Management and Policy | Sustainability
Climate Change and International Trade: Conflict or Opportunity?.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/brookings_lectures_events/45
Climate Commons, International Law Commons, International Trade Law Commons, Natural Resources Management and Policy Commons, Sustainability Commons
Greenspun Hall, UNLV Campus
Video File size: 165 megabytes
Attached file: 24 PowerPoint slides