In this podcast, they discuss how to use trade policy to meet the climate challenge.
The meeting of trade and climate policy is a dynamic area of discussion. How can trade policy be used to lower emissions? How can the global emissions embedded in internationally traded goods be reduced? Without resorting to protectionism, how can carbon leakage be addressed so industries that produce goods in a more sustainable way are not penalised?
The AIG Global Trade Series 2022 is a series of podcasts analysing the complex interplay of factors shaping the global trade system. The Global Trade Series is a collaboration between AIG and the following international organisations with leading expertise on global trade: the Aspen Institute (Germany); Chatham House (UK); the Clingendael Institute (The Netherlands); Institute of International Economic Law at Georgetown University Law Center (US); the International Chamber of Commerce (UK and France); the Italian Institute for International Political Studies; the Jacques Delors Institute (France); the Research Institute of Economy, Trade & Industry (Japan) and the St. Gallen Endowment for Prosperity through Trade (Switzerland).
- Date: September 29, 2022
- Inu Manak, Fellow for Trade Policy, Council on Foreign Relations
- Jennifer Hillman, Professor, IIEL at Georgetown Law; Co-Director of The Center on Inclusive Trade and Development, Georgetown Law
- Rem Korteweg, Senior Research Fellow, Clingendael Institute
(This podcast episode was recorded on 29th September 2022.)