Duncan Brack with Michael Grubb and Craig Windram

As the world moves headlong towards global free trade this book offers a look at the broad canvas in a way for which the debate has been crying out

‘First-rate – up to date, prescient and uncannily timely. As the world moves headlong towards global free trade this book offers a look at the broad canvas in a way for which the debate has been crying out. More importantly, its three distinguished co-authors see the politics behind the policy, and how each strand weaves into the mechanisms of global responsibility, and global trade’
The Rt Hon John Gummer MP

 

'First-rate - up to date, prescient and uncannily timely. As the world moves headlong towards global free trade this book offers a look at the broad canvas in a way for which the debate has been crying out. More importantly, its three distinguished co-authors see the politics behind the policy, and how each strand weaves into the mechanisms of global responsibility, and global trade'
The Rt Hon John Gummer MP

'The two overriding environmental challenges for the next decade will be responding to the threat of climate change and ensuring that environmental sensitivities are built in the management structure of the emerging global economy. This book tackles both issues and the relationship between them. The authors offer a careful analysis of how climate change and trade policies intersect - and a thoughtful commentary on how policy advances in these two realms can be pursued simultaneously. This is policy analysis at its best.
Dan Esty, Director, Center for Environmental Law and Policy and Associate Professor, Yale University.

'Measures to deal with climate change … along with measures affecting world trade and the World Trade Organisation represent regimes whose commercial, political and social is such that a lack of coherence between them will have serious implications on a global scale… Well written and accessible,… this book fills an important gap that could not be more timely from a policy perspective.' From the forward by Gary P. Samson, Department of International Relations, London School of Economics, and former Director of Trade and Environment, WTO.

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