IISD Trade and Sustainability Review, Volume 1, Issue 3, July 2021
In this issue:
- Three Countries, One Environment: Environmental Cooperation and Free Trade in North America
Richard A. Morgan
- Product Policy in Support of the Global Transition to a Circular Economy: Trade Interaction
- Tourism Recovery and Resilience in Commonwealth Small States: Driving circular economy pathways post-COVID-19
- Rising Protectionism Signals Valuable Lessons Have Been Forgotten
- Is India Ready for an Electric Vehicle Revolution?
- Latin American Trade Coalitions Look Ahead to Post-COVID Future
- EU Unveils Planned Carbon Tax on Imports Amid U.S., Japanese Concerns
- WTO Chief Hopeful for Deal to Get More COVID-19 Jabs to Developing Nations
- New Atlantic Charter Renews “Special” U.S.–British Relationship
- APEC Economies Agree to Step Up Distribution, Flow of COVID-19 Vaccines
- EU–U.S. Joint Tech Council—Created to Counter Chinese Influence?
The Trade and Sustainability Review is part of IISD's work on promoting transparency and supporting informed trade conversations. This material has been funded by UK aid from the UK government; however, the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the UK government’s official policies.
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