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September 2018
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
Canada is still the largest provider of subsidies to oil and gas production in the G7 per unit of GDP. This briefing spotlights the remaining subsidies to oil and gas production in Canada, focusing on two specific types of subsidies: direct transfers and fiscal exemptions made available to fossil fuel extraction and production.
January 2018
Smart Prosperity Institute (SPI)
This policy brief is the first in a series on the circular economy and Canada. It provides an introduction to the circular economy concepts and landscape, geared towards for both government and business audiences.
November 2016
Canadian Public Policy (University of Toronto Press)

Moving to a low-carbon future will create challenges for Canada's fossil-fuel industries, but opportunities in the form of a new market for low-carbon goods and services. The challenges for the resource sector will vary across commodities.

May 2015
Office of the United States Trade Representative, United States Department of State

This report includes illustrative case studies on the Obama Administration’s efforts in a number of key countries—Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Morocco, Oman, and Peru—in which USTR and the U.S.

December 2014
William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

This article looks at how China has moved forward in embracing green technology development, the government’s role in that growth and whether its support is truly harmful on a global scale.

October 2014
Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP), World Bank Group

At the Davos forum of January 2014, a group of 14 countries pledged to launch negotiations on liberalizing trade in "green goods" (also known as "environmental" goods), focusing on the elimination of tariffs for an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation list of 54 products.

July 2014
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

This report examines trends in the use of environmental provisions in Regional Trade Agreements and identifies factors which may explain the presence or absence of these provisions.

March 2014
Organization of American States (OAS)

Since 2005, the United States has invested approximately US$ 87.2 million to fund the Central America-Dominican Republic-United States Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) environmental cooperation.

September 2013
Global Environmental Change (Elsevier)

The rhetorical zeal for green enterprise as a global fix for the tripartite challenges of economic recession, environmental degradation and social inequality is increasingly visible in state and non-state pronouncements around the globe under the banner of ‘The Green Economy’.

November 2012
Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP), University of Leeds, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science
As the world considers greener forms of economic growth, countries and sectors are beginning to position themselves for the emerging green economy.