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South - South trade in renewable energy. A trade flow analysis of selected environmental goods

By: United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).
Publisher: Geneva: UNEP, 2014Description: 104 p. ilustraciones.Subject(s): Energía Solar | Energía Eólica | Producción de Energía | Tecnología | Comercio Exterior | Desarrollo Sostenible | Países en DesarrolloDDC classification: 333.794 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online
Contents:
1)Setting the context : green economy and South - South trade in environmental goods. 2) Global and South - south trade flows in environmental and manufactured goods. 3) South - South trade flows in renewable energy goods. 4) Recent developments in renewable energy markets. General market trends. Global installations and investments in solar PV and wind markets. Solar PV. Wind energy. Trade measures affecting South - South trade in environmental goods. 5) Conclusions and policy implications. Conclusions on South - South trade in renewable energy goods. Policy implications for trade and a green economy transition. Future reseach.
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1)Setting the context : green economy and South - South trade in environmental goods. 2) Global and South - south trade flows in environmental and manufactured goods. 3) South - South trade flows in renewable energy goods. 4) Recent developments in renewable energy markets. General market trends. Global installations and investments in solar PV and wind markets. Solar PV. Wind energy. Trade measures affecting South - South trade in environmental goods. 5) Conclusions and policy implications. Conclusions on South - South trade in renewable energy goods. Policy implications for trade and a green economy transition. Future reseach.

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