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Synergy in the use of trade and environmental regulation tools to address specific environmental issues

Student: Alina Bondareva

Supervisor: Valentina Skryabina

Faculty: Institute of Trade Policy

Educational Programme: International Trade Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The purpose of this work is to identify the main areas of joint use of trade and environmental regulation tools for solving global environmental problems at the present stage. The paper identified the place of environmental issues on the global agenda, identified the main theoretical approaches to the regulation of environmental aspects in the framework of international trade; the existing approaches and instruments of environmental and trade regulation are characterized, the specifics of regulating environmental issues at the WTO site are identified, the role of the RTS influence on solving global environmental problems is determined, the features of implementing the environmental policy of the European Union at the present stage are identified, and unified approaches to regulating international trade in goods that pollute the environment are formulated.

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