A sectoral approach allows an artful merger of climate and trade policy
George David Banks and
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George David Banks: Energy and Environment at the National Economic and National Security Councils
Climatic Change, 2020, vol. 162, issue 2, No 2, 165-173
Abstract Climate and trade policy present serious contemporary challenges for all nations. Developed market economies are struggling with trade policy in the modern era of globalization, and the resulting realignments are straining the post-war international economic order. National emissions pledges under the Paris Agreement appear at present to fall far short of achieving the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions cuts that science suggests are needed to remain in a
Keywords: Border carbon adjustment; Cooperative sectoral tariff reduction; Climate policy; Trade policy; F18; Q54; Q56 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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