RECAP15-Seminar bei AICGS in Washington D.C.
RECAP15-Seminar at AICGS in Washington D.C.
Climate Leadership and Trade Agreements: From Competitive Disadvantage to Mutual Benefits of Transatlantic Technology and Innovation Exchange
Reimund Schwarze, Ulrike Will and Anna-Katharina Topp conducted a RECAP15-Seminar on the topic of integration of climate protective measures into free trade agreements at the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) in Washington D.C. on September 27th, 2013. Ulrike Will presented several ways of including climate protective measures into bilateral trade agreements considering the advantages and disadvantages from both a legal and economic perspective. Afterwards, academic and political representatives discussed the practicability and the consequences of such measures. A summary of the seminar is available on the website of AICGS.
- RECAP15 ist auf der Konferenz "Collaborative Research in Horizon 2020. Promoting German-Polish Cooperation in EU Research Funding" an der Viadrina vertreten (24.-25. Mai 2018). Unser Poster finden Sie hier.
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- Hecht/Peters: Border Adjustments Supplementing Nationally Determined Carbon Pricing. Environmental and Resource Economics, 27.4.2018