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Provides synthesis from economic, legal, and environmental perspectives
Offers pragmatic solutions to challenging problems of trade and climate change
Directions for institutional reforms and further policy developments are offered
This work offers a synthesis of the current approaches toward an integration of international trade and climate change, with a view to fostering potential improvements in policies and institutions affecting these. A number of pragmatic measures are proposed with reference to the WTO and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) regimes, which are expected to contribute toward enhanced climate change governance, as well as promoting international trade.