IISD Expert Series: Aaron Cosbey
Aaron Cosbey is an environmental economist specializing in the areas of trade and sustainable development, international environmental governance, and climate change. He manages IISD’s program of work on trade, investment and climate change.
He is a past Member of International Trade Canada's Market Access Advisory Group, past Member of the Deputy Minister for International Trade's Academic Advisory Council on Canadian Trade Policy, and of the Minister for International Trade's Environmental Sectoral Advisory Group on International Trade, where he chaired the SAGIT's Working Group on the FTAA.
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