Global Trade Magazine
by Anastasia Telesetsky, a law professor at the University of Idaho focused on environmental and public international law
As one of the largest, most comprehensive trade deals in history, it is no surprise that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has elicited much discussion. But despite all of the debate, one thing is clear: the TPP is a huge step forward for the environment because it promotes trade in green goods, protects sovereign rights to legislate for environmental protection, and identifies environmental protection as a priority for trade.
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