Canada must focus on building back better in order to set us on a path toward net-zero emissions and even greater economic growth.
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COVID-19 has changed everything. But if we take the right steps and trust science, there's potential for a lot of good to happen.
CETA, the landmark trade agreement between the EU and Canada, holds established best practices for trade-accelerated climate action, Bernice Lee and Scott Vaughan argue as the business, civil society and policy communities gather in Brussels to consider how to merge trade and climate action.
Next year will mark a decade since G20 leaders met in Pittsburgh and promised to identify and eliminate subsidies to fossil fuels. In that time, trillions of dollars in government budgets have been spent to subsidize fossil fuel production and consumption.
The WTO faces its most critical test—a reaction to the October 2018 Joint Communiqué as international trade evolves faster than the WTO can move.
The old NAFTA set the bar in linking trade and environment. How does its successor compare?
Following the NAFTA negotiations has been like riding a roller coaster, holding your breath because you don’t know what shock might be coming around the next corner.
NAFTA uncertainty, global shakeups prompt Canadian trade to do the unthinkable: evolve.
Insights on China's climate leadership following the 10th meeting of Eco Forum Global.
IISD applauds the New Development Bank for setting out a clear target whereby two thirds of its portfolio will advance sustainable infrastructure as well as their strategic focus on clean energy, irrigation and water resource management.