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Climate Change and Trade Policy Implications in India


Climate Change and Trade Policy Implications in India




Climate change | trade implications

Publication Details

Vol: 2; Iss: 7; Jul 16 | ISSN: 2454-5422


Climate change is real and already taking place, according to the IPCC’s most recent Assessment Report (IPCC IV 2007). According to the report, the impacts of climate change and their associated costs will fall disproportionately on developing countries threatening to undermine achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, reduce poverty, and safeguard food security. A Major component of development assistance is support for the agriculture sector since agricultural production worldwide is increasingly under pressure to meet the demands of rising populations. At the same time, there is concern also about the contributions that the agriculture sector makes to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. This Paper briefly summarizes the climate change causes, Trends in output, openness, and emissions GHG Emissions in India, Do emissions increase when countries trade more?, Conclusion respectively


G.Vinayagamoorthi. “Climate Change and Trade Policy Implications in India”. International Journal of Current Science Research (IJCSR) 2.7 (2016):  799-805.