Edited By: Peter Draper and Ivan Mbirimi
290 pages, diagrams
Climate change and trade straddles several distinctive bodies of knowledge, notably those of trade policy and diplomacy, and environment policy and diplomacy - and whilst it runs the risk of satisfying neither, it also brings fresh new streams of thought that could serve to bring these varied schools together. The title is divided into two sections. The first addresses the global and multilateral dynamics in climate change negotiations, and their relationship to the trading system, notably the World Trade Organisation. The second focuses on Southern Africa, revealing the state of knowledge with respect to projected climate warming impacts on the region, and a series of case studies which detail country-specific climate and trade issues in Botswana, South Africa, Mozambique and Zambia.
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