Trade and Climate Change - Tracing the Conflict between Trade and Climate Change Reform and Plotting a Mutually Supportive Route Forward
Rowland, J. (2017). Trade and Climate Change - Tracing the Conflict between Trade and Climate Change Reform and Plotting a Mutually Supportive Route Forward (Thesis, Master of Laws (LLM)). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10289/11223
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This thesis looks at the individual importance of trade and climate change reform, the relationship between these two areas, and then identifies some of the trigger points that may cause conflict between trade law and climate change measures. Once those areas of tension have been identified, this thesis plots a way forward in attempting to resolve those selected conflicts, ultimately suggesting that the Appellate Body should take mutually supportive interpretations when finding themselves dealing with a conflict between WTO law and climate change reform measures.
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