Greening International Trade serves as a non-technical entry point for actors keen to navigate the environment-trade policy conversation and drive forward green trade. It calls for a reframing of the environment and trade narrative and a forward-looking Environment and Trade 2.0 agenda.
Climate change mitigation and adaptation
Fostering inclusive international cooperation and action on trade policies that facilitate climate change adaptation, economic resilience and a fair and equitable transition to a low carbon economy in accordance with the goals and principles of the Paris Agreement.
A commentary on how governments can use the WTO's 2021 Ministerial Conference to bolster the multilateral cooperation on trade policy needed to support ambitious action on climate mitigation and adaptation, by TESS Director, Carolyn Deere Birkbeck.