The G20 and reimagining global rule-making for trade and climate action

March 5, 2018

Trade and climate change are inextricably intertwined. Yet the trade and climate regimes are set for a collision that could undermine their legitimacy and efficiency. This post argues that a high priority for the G20 under the presidency of Argentina should be to move the World Trade Organization and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change towards more affirmative actions to reimagine trade rules to support increased trade while also furthering the fight against climate change.

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Topics: WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION (WTO) G20 CLIMATE CHANGE UNFCCC

Regions: UNITED STATES

Authors: JAMES BACCHUS

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