3 edition of International trade and climate change policies found in the catalog.
International trade and climate change policies
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||Duncan Brack with Michael Grubb and Craig Windram|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 140 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||140|
The principal policy alternatives to address climate change fall under three categories: (i) the cap-and-trade approach; (ii) standards-based policies, which require the adoption of specific measures or set source-specific emissions limits and (iii) carbon taxes. 7 Depending on the manner in which these policies are implemented, they may raise issues of WTO by: The effects of climate change policies on international trade and competitiveness. 1 October This article examines the implications of climate change policies on competitiveness across industries, as well as issues related to leakage, if any, of carbon-intensive industries to developing countries. the increasingly stringent climate.
with a list of contents, from the forthcoming book,International Trade and Climate Change: Economic, Legal, and Institutional Perspectives. To order copies of the full-length book, published by the World Bank, please use the form provided at the back of this booklet. This volume is File Size: KB. With climate change, the prospects for rising out of poverty by producing and trading the yields from land, forests or seas will become all the more difficult. But, climate change is also affecting the world’s capacity to trade. Around 80% of global trade by volume and over 70% by value is carried by sea and is handled by ports.
This report provides an analysis of how climate change damages may affect international trade in the coming decades and how international trade can help limit the costs of climate change. It analyses the impacts of climate change on trade considering both direct effects on infrastructure and transport routes and the indirect economic impacts Cited by: 2. Platform on Climate Change, Trade Policies and Sustainable Energy, are the persons responsible for this initiative. Acknowledgments: This paper was prepared for the ICTSD-IPC Dialogue on “Climate Change and International Agricultural Trade Rules,” October 1, , Geneva Size: 6MB.
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Focusing on the likely impacts on trade of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol, this book examines the actual and potential conflicts between whether liberalization of trade undermines the efforts of industrialised countries to mitigate climate by: It shows that trade intersects with climate change in a multitude of ways.
For example, governments may introduce a variety of policies, such as regulatory measures and economic incentives, to address climate change. This complex web of measures may have an impact. International Trade and Climate Change Policies (Trade and Environment Series) Duncan Brack, Michael Grubb, Craig Windram Focusing on the likely impacts on trade of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol, this book examines the actual and potential conflicts between whether liberalization of trade undermines the.
trade and climate change policies interact and how they can be mutually supportive. Th e aim is to promote greater understanding of this interaction and to assist policy-makers in this complex policy area. Th e report uniquely examines the intersection between trade and climate change from four diff erent but correlated perspectives: the.
Book Description. Focusing on the likely impacts on trade of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol, this book examines the actual and potential conflicts between whether liberalization of trade undermines the efforts of industrialised countries to mitigate climate change.
The Climate Change Challenge in the Context of International Trade 3. Environmental Protection and the International Trade System Part II: The Current State of Play 4. Legal and Policy Responses to Climate Change 5. Analyzing the Kyoto Protocol Part III: Moving Forward 6.
Top-down and Bottom-up Approaches to Climate Change and Trade by: Trade impacts of climate change policies This chapter deals with the potential overall impact on patterns of international trade of industrialized country actions to Author: Duncan Brack.
International trade and climate change policies Trade impacts of climate change policies Impacts on energy markets Impacts on energy-intensive goods Impacts of abatement on overall trade structure and volumes Effects of reduced climatic change.
This work offers a synthesis of the current approaches toward an integration of international trade and climate change, with a view to fostering potential improvements in policies and institutions affecting these. A number of pragmatic measures are proposed with reference to the WTO and the United.
As multilateral attempts for climate-change mitigation stall, the two-way relationship between trade and climate change is likely to come under further scrutiny. This column explains how liberalised trade has several climate-related consequences.
It argues that trade policy could enforce mitigation policies but that multilateral conventions are crucial in preventing undesired. This book provides an excellent overview of the legal issues surrounding climate change mitigation and international trade law.
It surveys key observed and potential challenges posed by responses to climate change in terms of international trade law. By examining the controversial issues seen in. This book provides an excellent overview of the legal issues surrounding climate change mitigation and international trade law.
It surveys key observed and potential challenges posed by responses to climate change in terms of international trade law. About this book Introduction A number of pragmatic measures are proposed with reference to the WTO and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) regimes, which are expected to contribute toward enhanced climate change governance, as.
Get this from a library. International trade policies and climate change governance. [P K Rao] -- "This work offers a synthesis of the current approaches toward an integration of international trade and climate change, with a view to fostering potential improvements in policies and institutions.
Climate change remains a global challenge requiring international collaborative action. Another area where countries have successfully committed to a long-term multilateral resolution is the liberalization of international trade.
Integration into the world economy has proven a powerful means for countries to promote economic growth, development, and poverty s: 1. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the International Trade and Climate Change Policies by Duncan Brack at Barnes & Noble.
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Pages: Aimed at researchers, students, and policymakers interested in the evolution of climate change regulation. International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses (–). E-mail Citation» An interdisciplinary journal that serves as a forum for discussion of the causes and impacts of climate change, along with responses.
The authors of this book attempt to address and resolve some of the problems which have remained on the climate change agenda, without serious action, for far too authors contribute to the many discussions on international climate policy and provide an in-depth analysis of the main characteristics of the problem of climate change.
This book is one of the first comprehensive attempts to look at the synergies between climate change and trade objectives from economic, legal, and institutional perspectives. It addresses an important policy question - how changes in trade policies and international cooperation on trade policies can help address global environmental spillovers.
This timely book addresses the interaction between policies addressing climate change and the rules of the WTO. The authors expertly examine the law and economics behind the application of trade rules in the area of climate, including the implications of WTO rules for domestic climate measures, the unilateral use of trade measures to attempt to force other countries to take climate action, and Cited by: 9.
Global warming - Global warming - Future climate-change policy: Countries differ in opinion on how to proceed with international policy with respect to climate agreements. Long-term goals formulated in Europe and the United States seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 80 percent by the middle of the 21st century.
Related to these efforts, the EU set a goal of limiting temperature. In his Guide to Chinese Climate Policy, David Sandalow examines China's emissions, explores the impacts of climate change in China, provides a short history of China's climate policies and discusses China’s principal climate policies today.
This up-to-date Guide is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in China, climate change or both as China is the world’s leading emitter of heat.International trade and Climate Change: Economic, Legal, and Institutional Perspectives It further identifies policies and institutional changes that could lead to the removal of barriers and increased market penetration of climate-friendly technology.
Chapter four examines and builds on the different approaches that have emerged in the.