Trade and environment intersect in many ways. Aside from the broad debate as to whether economic growth and trade adversely affect the environment, there are linkages between existing rules of the World Trade Organization WTO and rules established in various multilateral environmental agreements.
Controlling greenhouse gas emissions promises to be a top priority for both national and international agendas, and special attention must be given to the relationship between the WTO and the emerging international regime on climate change.
This working paper examines the nexus of the WTO and climate change and discusses challenges and options. If you experience problems downloading a file, check if you have the proper application to view it first.
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