Trade and Climate Change: An Analytical Review of Key Issues
The last decade has witnessed an increasing global awareness of human impact on the planet’s climate and its likely consequences. However, strategic and structural complexities hinder further compliance and participation in efforts to establish a global agreement for climate change mitigation. This induces economists and environmentalists to further investigate the two-way relationship between trade and climate change, that is, climate-related consequences of liberalized trade and possible benefits of using trade policy for climate change mitigation.
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 86 (August)
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