The Role of Trade Policy in Climate Change
Virtual 13/04/2022 - 2.45-3.45pm CET Registration
Climate change is a global environmental threat, whose growing consequences are already visible. Both climate change itself and climate policies have consequences for international trade and trade policies. Although the interlinkages between climate change and international trade are complex and multifaceted, a large part of the debate on climate change and trade is still often based on some misconceptions and oversimplifications.
The aim of this webinar series is to inform the debate on the role of trade and trade policies in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to climate change. Experts from academia will be gathered to discuss the impacts of trade policy on climate change.
Each speaker will make a 15-20 minute presentation followed by a 15-20 minute Q&A session.
Deputy Director General, WTO
Joseph S. Shapiro
Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Professor, University of Kentucky
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