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Discussion Paper - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Global Environment and Trade Policy

| April 2009

Global environmental goals and trade goals can be reconciled.   Globalization and multilateral institutions can facilitate environmental protection rather than obstruct it, if they are harnessed in the right way.  Perhaps most urgent is that negotiators working on a sequel to the Kyoto Protocol agree on guidelines to govern precisely how individual countries can and cannot use trade measures in pursuit of carbon mitigation.