Sustainable trade policies must anticipate and address environmental impact. In this context, TULIP focuses on how to design international legal frameworks that encourage sustainable trade while minimizing negative environmental externalities. Specifically, TULIP approaches trade and the environment from a number of different angles:

Fisheries negotiations at the World Trade Organization

Circular economy, trade, and developing countries

“Greening” regional trade agreements

Sustainable trade preferences

United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP):

Developing a course on Green Industrial Policy and Trade in Guyana


See also NEW & EVENTS

See also NEWS & EVENTS