Mark Halle talks about the intersection between international trade and climate change
Mark Halle, Director of IISD's Trade & Investment program, talks about the intersection between international trade and climate change.
IISD has explored the linkages between trade and climate change for over a decade. The linkages include:
- Liberalization of trade in low-carbon goods
- Border carbon adjustment mechanisms
- Intellectual property rights and technology transfer
- Investment in clean energy technologies
- Fossil fuel subsidy reduction
- Trade law flexibilities for subsidies to address climate change.
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