TRI-CC Conference - Mark Halle (2011)
Halle concludes the event with a summary of the key issues and their underlying drivers, asking how we can move forward given the Doha negotiating impasse.
These video clips are a record of the presentations and discussion from IISD's October 13, 2011 conference: Trade, Investment and Climate Change: Searching for progress on key issues. The conference took place at the World Trade Organization (WTO) over the course of a single day, and featured high level speakers from a broad array of backgrounds, addressing three related topics: green industrial policy (such as subsidies for renewables); new thinking on competitiveness and leakage, and the potential role of the trade community in light of climate challenges and the ongoing impasse of the Doha negotiations.
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