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  • Speech
    IISD Speech: IISD President and CEO Scott Vaughan at PAGE Ministerial Conference, Berlin

    IISD Speech: IISD President and CEO Scott Vaughan at PAGE Ministerial Conference, Berlin

    March 23, 2017 – This is an historic, unstable and bleak moment. Long-held assumptions about the rules-based, multilateral trading systems are... Read More

  • Blog
    Sticks, carrots and toxic carrots: clearing the air in China and India

    Sticks, carrots and toxic carrots: clearing the air in China and India

    Both countries can do more to ensure that policies on air pollution and clean energy are aligned. Read More
  • Policy Brief
    Stopping Payments to Polluters: Clearing the air with fossil fuel subsidy reform in China and India

    Stopping Payments to Polluters: Clearing the air with fossil fuel subsidy reform in China and India

    Improving urban air quality is a headline concern in both India and China. Fossil fuel subsidy reform is a potentially powerful tool in securing an improvement for both countries. Read More
  • Blog
    How Can We Successfully Integrate the Sustainable Development Goals Into Our Current Policies?

    How Can We Successfully Integrate the Sustainable Development Goals Into Our Current Policies?

    How can we make sure that the Sustainable Development Goals are part of our governments' polices? Read More
  • Commentary
    Reply to the European Commission’s Public consultation on a multilateral reform of investment dispute resolution

    Reply to the European Commission’s Public consultation on a multilateral reform of investment dispute resolution

    On December 21, 2016 the European Commission launched a public consultation to gather views on options for a multilateral reform of investment dispute resolution. This commentary outlines IISD's reaction. Read More
  • Blog
    Could Canada stay on course if the U.S. pulls a U-turn on vehicle fuel efficiency?

    Could Canada stay on course if the U.S. pulls a U-turn on vehicle fuel efficiency?

    Amin Assadolahi takes a look at the implications of the Trump Administration reopening the mid-term review of the Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards, which would have seen vehicle fleet efficiency rise more than 50 miles per gallon by 2025. Read More