Trade measures can improve the climate

Using trade measures against countries that do not comply with or do not participate in the Kyoto Protocol can make the climate regime more robust. “It appears, though, that the link between trade and climate is a bigger issue in the World Trade Organization than it is in the UNFCCC,” says political scientist Olav Schram Stokke at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute.

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Haugneland, Petter, 2004. Trade measures can improve the climate. Cicerone, 2004 (5)

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  • Language: Engelsk
  • Category: Cicerone-artikler
  • Title: Trade measures can improve the climate
  • Magazine: Cicerone
  • Volume: 2004
  • Number: 5

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