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If Canada, at a local level, is to contribute to an increasingly global understanding of the world’s environmental health, we need to put the work in.
A tool you’ve probably never heard of may be the key to enabling our climate ambition. It’s called border carbon adjustment, and it could change the way we pursue decarbonization.
Our report on knowledge, attitudes, behaviours, and practices (KABP) increases understanding of gender-related perceptions and biases and how they play out in coordination mechanisms for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction.
Per Altenberg from the Swedish National Board of Trade looks back after five years of monitoring protectionism and finds that the trend toward establishing new traditional tariff measures and non-tariff barriers has continued.
Tourism Recovery and Resilience in Commonwealth Small States: Driving circular economy pathways post-COVID-19
Kim Kampel from the Commonwealth Small States office in Geneva discusses ways in which circular economy principles and practices can help ensure tourism sectors in Commonwealth Small States (CSS) can recover and thrive in a post-COVID-19 world.
IISD's Sofia Baliño looks at the ways in which Latin American economic groupings are positioning themselves for a post-COVID recovery.
IISD's Tom Moerenhout looks at what India needs to do to keep up with countries already embracing the trend toward EVs.
Malena Sell from Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund, discusses the need for cooperation on relevant standard setting to provide a pragmatic way to weave circularity into global value chains and facilitate circular trade.
Richard A. Morgan from the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) discusses environmental cooperation within the new trilateral free trade agreement between Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
From circular economy to environmental cooperation in FTA negotiations, this third edition of the IISD Trade and Sustainability Review covers a range of policy issues from the intersection of trade and sustainable development.