Trade and Climate Change-Related Resources

26 November 2010

INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND TRADE: WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS FOR REGULATING EMISSIONS FROM AVIATION AND SHIPPING AND WHAT WILL BE THEIR IMPACT ON TRADE? ICTSD Programme on Trade and Environment, Trade and Sustainable Energy Series, Background Paper, September 2010.

INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND TRADE. By Joachim Monkelbaan. ICTSD Programme on Trade and Environment, Trade and Sustainable Energy Series, Background Paper, September 2010.

CLIMATE-RELATED SINGLE-USE ENVIRONMENTAL GOODS. By Rene Vossenaar. ICTSD Programme on Trade and Environment Paper No. 13, September 2010.

PATENTS AND CLEAN ENERGY: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN EVIDENCE AND POLICY. Final report and executive summary, by UNEP, EPO, and ICTSD, September 2010.

HARMONISING ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS – BUILDING FOUNDATIONS FOR CO-OPERATIVE ACTION. ICTSD Programme on Trade and Environment, Issue paper No. 14, September 2010.

TECHNOLOGY MAPPING OF THE RENEWABLE ENERGY, BUILDINGS, AND TRANSPORT SECTORS: POLICY DRIVERS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE ASPECTS. ICTSD Programme on Trade and Environment, Issue paper No. 12, May 2010.

AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: POLICY OPTIONS FOR INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY DIFFUSION. ICTSD Platform on Climate Change, Agriculture and Trade Series, Policy Brief No. 6, May 2010.

AID FOR TRADE AND CLIMATE CHANGE FINANCING MECHANISMS: BEST PRACTICES AND LESSONS LEARNED FOR LDCs AND SVEs IN AFRICA. ICTSD Programme on Competiveness and Sustainable Development, Issue Paper No. 10, January 2010.

CLIMATE CHANGE AND DEVELOPING COUNTRY AGRICULTURE: AN OVERVIEW OF EXPECTED IMPACTS, ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION CHALLENGES, FUNDING REQUIREMENTS. ICTSD Platform on Climate Change, Agriculture and Trade, Issue Brief No. 2, December 2009.

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