Dialogues on Trade and Climate Change
The Trade and Climate Change conference is a joint effort of Farm Foundation and the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute to explore topics in the context of a global trading environment where climate change policies have become increasingly ambitious and diverse among international players.
This free, virtual conference took place April 7 and 9, 2021. Topics included:
- Climate change policies and their impacts on agricultural production and trade
- Border carbon adjustments as a mechanism for adjudicating among climate change policies amidst global competitors
- How various industry players are adapting to new policies through opportunities like carbon markets and offsets, sustainable sourcing, and investments
- And more—see the full agenda
All sessions were recorded and are now available for viewing on the Farm Foundation YouTube Channel.
This work builds on the recent collaboration between Farm Foundation and CAPI on “Trade and Sustainability” and “Managing Trade in an Increasingly Chaotic World.”