Handbook on Trade and Environment
Edited by Kevin P. Gallagher
Edward Elgar, 2008
The related crises associated with global finance, energy, climate change, and food have brought new urgency to debates over international trade and sustainable development. Increasingly, policy-makers, advocates and academics are looking for solutions to these crises that allow the economy to prosper without triggering undue environmental degradation. The Handbook on Trade and Environment serves as a comprehensive overview of thinking and policy on the trade and environment nexus. The volume features articles by GDAE researchers Kevin P. Gallagher, Timothy A. Wise, and Lyuba Zarsky, members of the GDAE-sponsored Triple Crisis blog Frank Ackerman, Alejandro Nadal, James K. Boyce, and other distinguished authors such as Michael Rock, Jennifer Clapp, Robert Stumberg, Nicholas Ashford, and more.
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