Trade and Climate Change-Related Resources

28 November 2011

FOSTERING LOW CARBON GROWTH: THE CASE FOR A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TRADE AGREEMENT. ICTSD Global Platform onClimate Change, Trade and Sustainable Energy, Issue Paper, November 2011.

FACILITATING TRADE IN SERVICES COMPLEMENTARY TO CLIMATE-FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGIES. By Joy Aeree Kim. ICTSDProgramme on Trade and Environment, Environmental Goods and Services Series, Issue paper No.15, October 2011.

FEED-IN TARIFFS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND WTO SUBSIDY RULES: AN INITIAL LEGAL REVIEW. By Marie Wilke, ICTSDProgramme on Trade and Environment, Trade and Sustainable Energy Series, Issue Paper No. 4, August 2011.

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES' TRADE VULNERABILITIES TO EU CLIMATE POLICIES: AN OVERVIEW OF CARBON LEAKAGE-SENSITIVETRADE FLOWS. ICTSD Programme on Competitiveness and Sustainable Development, Transition to a Low Carbon FutureSeries, Issue Paper No. 19, August 2011.

THE CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY MECHANISM: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES. By Ahmed Abdel Latif. ICTSD Global Platform on ClimateChange, Trade and Sustainable Energy, Information note No. 18, March 2011.

THE INCLUSION OF AVIATION IN THE EU EMISSIONS TRADING SCHEME: AN ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT. By Jasper Faber & Linda Brinke. ICTSD Programme on Trade and Environment, Trade and Sustainable Energy Series, Issue paperNo. 5, September 2011.

THE IMPACT OF US BIOFUEL POLICIES ON AGRICULTURAL PRICE LEVELS AND VOLATILITY. By Bruce Babcock. ICTSD Programmeon Agricultural Trade and Sustainable Development, Issue paper No. 35, June 2011.

THE TRADE AND CLIMATE CHANGE LINKAGES. ICTSD Global Platform on Climate Change, Trade and Sustainable Energy, ICTSDBrief for UNFCCC Negotiators, April 2011.

ICTSD SUBMISSION INFORMATION AND VIEWS RELATING TO MODALITIES FOR THE OPERATIONALISATION OF A WORK PROGRAMME AND POSSIBLE FORUM ON RESPONSE MEASURES. ICTSD, Submission to UNFCCC, September 2011.

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