This Adaptation Without Borders white paper explores the main barriers that are currently hindering business actions on adaptation and the role of public policies in creating an enabling environment that will accelerate investments in adaptation solutions and scale up their deployment.
Learn about Sweden's place in the global trade system in this SEI report. The study applies innovative multi-method approaches to identify and assess transboundary climate risks facing Sweden via its international trade links.
Discover key considerations and opportunities for business-led adaptation, and learn about the enabling role of governments, international agreements and the financial sector in this policy brief.
Learn about the transboundary impacts of climate change from an international trade perspective, and discover how trade policy can play a crucial role in advancing climate adaptation.
Explore four specific propositions for the incoming Swedish government to consider as it develops Sweden’s priorities for the presidency in this opinion piece. These cover the energy crisis, green trade, transboundary climate impacts, and consumption-based emissions.
Learn about the European Climate Risk and Trade Policy Programme's aims and objectives to create a robust evidence base on how European trade policies and programmes can strengthen the resilience of Europe’s industries, trade linkages and global supply chain networks to cross-border climate risks.
This event will explore how climate change creates risks for the global food system that interact with other drivers of instability to create major threats to food security worldwide.
This blog post analyzes the conditions for a "greening" of the EU-Mercosur trade agreement compatible with both the legitimate expectations of civil society and the reality of trade negotiations.
Climate-resilient trade and production: the transboundary effects of climate change and their implications for EU member states
This brief provides an overview of the state of knowledge on transboundary climate risks in Europe, and explores how this knowledge could help Member States, businesses and the EU as a whole to advance climate-resilient trade and production.