From the World Trade Organization (WTO):
WTO and UNEP launch a report explaining for the first time the connections between trade and climate change
The world cannot continue with “business as usual” and there is a profound need for a successful conclusion to the current negotiations on both climate change and trade opening.
The WTO/UNEP report on “Trade […]
From the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat:
CLIMATE CHANGE AS A GENERATOR OF EMPLOYMENT IN KEY ECONOMIC SECTORS OF THE CARIBBEAN
As the international community continues to give significant attention to the global phenomenon, Climate Change, Mr. Garfield Barnwell, Director of Sustainable Development at the CARICOM Secretariat posited some insights into how the Caribbean Region could transform this […]
Najam, Adil; Papa, Mihaela; Taiyab, Nadaa. Global Environmental Governance: A Reform Agenda. Published by International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). English. 2006. 124 pp.
This report examines the “the sum of organizations, policy instruments, financing mechanisms, rules, procedures and norms that regulate the processes of global environmental protection” — or global environmental governance […]
Okay, I know what you’re thinking: the Stern Review — the analysis of the economic costs/benefits of coming to grips with global climate change that was commissioned by the UK Government and coordinated by the head of the Government Economic Service (and ex-Chief Economist at the World Bank) Sir Nicholas Stern — has been out […]
Brazil: FINEP to Invest R$80 mil. in CDM Projects / Brasil: FINEP investe R$ 80 milhões em Projetos de MDLMonday, December 18th, 2006
Synopsis in English: Research and Projects Financing (FINEP), the public corporation linked to Brazil’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MCT) that likes to call itself the Brazilian Innovation Agency, has announced that through 2009 it will invest R$ 80 million (about US$ 37.3 million at the current rate of exchange), in clean development mechanism (CDM) […]