A New Fair Deal for Climate, Trade and Development - Foundation Office Washington, D.C.
In his Executive Summary Max Gruenig points out that: “We have reached the limits of what we can do with existing tools and remedies to address climate, trade and development challenges. We need a major rethink of how we approach North–South relationships. This includes reforming how donors interact with recipients and how to align climate, trade and development. A New Fair Deal for climate, trade and development could create policy “deals” across multiple policy fields and geographies. It breaks the need to establish one-to-one matches of interests and significantly expands the scope of opportunities. It therefore opens the door to new solutions that provide benefits to countries in the Global South, without leaving anyone worse off.”
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