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Climate change and a border tax — will the U.S. and EU have a unified position at the WTO in 2021?

Terence P. Stewart | Current Thoughts on Trade | 03/15/2021

The European Union has been working on reducing its carbon footprint consistent with the Paris Agreement commitments and its updated 2030 reduction levels. Part of its effort has been to…

Making the Concrete and Steel We Need Doesn’t Have to Bake the Planet

Rebecca Dell | New York Times | 03/04/2021

You’ve probably spent a lot of time over the pa...

Blueprints to Advance Climate Change Mitigation and Resilience

Samantha Gross | Adie Tomer | Brookings | 03/01/2021

INTRODUCTION The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerb...

How the United States can Return to Credible Climate Leadership

Nathan Hultman and Samantha Gross | Brookings | 03/01/2021

SUMMARY       The United States is rejo...

Brexit And Its Impact On The EV Market

Fleetworld | 03/01/2021

Adam Hall, head of electric vehicles at Drax Group, on the evolving role of the fleet manager post-...


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