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International trade and "carbon emissions"

International trade and "carbon emissions"

  • Categories:International News
  • Author:lucas
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  • Time of issue:2021-07-27 17:08
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(Summary description)The national carbon trading market opened, and "carbon peak" and "carbon neutral" became buzzwords again. do you know? International trade and "carbon emissions" are inextricably linked! This has to start with the relationship between international trade and environmental issues. Is international trade harmful to the environment? A lot of evidence shows that international trade and globalization are a major cause of environmental problems. We compare China’s air pollution data from 1980 to 2019 taken by NASA’s satellites and China’s trade data during the same period. We can see that the growth trend of trade volume during this period is almost the same as that of air pollution data. In other words, there is a clear positive correlation between trade and the environment. For economic development, we must pursue maximum trade freedom; but for sustainable development goals, we must also restrict certain international trade. How to achieve a balance between the two has always been an important issue that countries around the world pay attention to and research. What is a "polluted paradise"? When talking about international trade and environmental pollution, we often hear such expressions as "pollution paradise hypothesis", "race to the bottom line hypothesis", "environmental Kuznets curve" and so on. The liberalization of global trade has caused developed countries to transfer high-polluting industries to developing countries through foreign direct investment, aggravating their environmental degradation. This is the "pollution paradise hypothesis". In order to enhance international competitiveness, developing countries are also willing to accept these polluting industries. In order to attract foreign direct investment, they will compete to lower environmental standards and "race to the bottom line", making the environmental pollution problem of developing countries more and more prominent.   sportswear/down jacket/padded jacket/ski jacket's/Chinese clothing manufacturer/Professional Sportswear  Manufacturer/OEM&ODM Manufacturer/OEM/ODM Experience focus on outdoor jackets/        

International trade and "carbon emissions"

(Summary description)The national carbon trading market opened, and "carbon peak" and "carbon neutral" became buzzwords again.

do you know? International trade and "carbon emissions" are inextricably linked!

This has to start with the relationship between international trade and environmental issues.

Is international trade harmful to the environment?

A lot of evidence shows that international trade and globalization are a major cause of environmental problems.

We compare China’s air pollution data from 1980 to 2019 taken by NASA’s satellites and China’s trade data during the same period. We can see that the growth trend of trade volume during this period is almost the same as that of air pollution data. In other words, there is a clear positive correlation between trade and the environment.

For economic development, we must pursue maximum trade freedom; but for sustainable development goals, we must also restrict certain international trade. How to achieve a balance between the two has always been an important issue that countries around the world pay attention to and research.

What is a "polluted paradise"?

When talking about international trade and environmental pollution, we often hear such expressions as "pollution paradise hypothesis", "race to the bottom line hypothesis", "environmental Kuznets curve" and so on.

The liberalization of global trade has caused developed countries to transfer high-polluting industries to developing countries through foreign direct investment, aggravating their environmental degradation. This is the "pollution paradise hypothesis". In order to enhance international competitiveness, developing countries are also willing to accept these polluting industries. In order to attract foreign direct investment, they will compete to lower environmental standards and "race to the bottom line", making the environmental pollution problem of developing countries more and more prominent.

 

sportswear/down jacket/padded jacket/ski jacket's/Chinese clothing manufacturer/Professional Sportswear  Manufacturer/OEM&ODM Manufacturer/OEM/ODM Experience focus on outdoor jackets/
 

 


 



 

  • Categories:International News
  • Author:lucas
  • Origin:
  • Time of issue:2021-07-27 17:08
  • Views:

The national carbon trading market opened, and "carbon peak" and "carbon neutral" became buzzwords again.

do you know? International trade and "carbon emissions" are inextricably linked!

This has to start with the relationship between international trade and environmental issues.

Is international trade harmful to the environment?

A lot of evidence shows that international trade and globalization are a major cause of environmental problems.

We compare China’s air pollution data from 1980 to 2019 taken by NASA’s satellites and China’s trade data during the same period. We can see that the growth trend of trade volume during this period is almost the same as that of air pollution data. In other words, there is a clear positive correlation between trade and the environment.

For economic development, we must pursue maximum trade freedom; but for sustainable development goals, we must also restrict certain international trade. How to achieve a balance between the two has always been an important issue that countries around the world pay attention to and research.

What is a "polluted paradise"?

When talking about international trade and environmental pollution, we often hear such expressions as "pollution paradise hypothesis", "race to the bottom line hypothesis", "environmental Kuznets curve" and so on.

The liberalization of global trade has caused developed countries to transfer high-polluting industries to developing countries through foreign direct investment, aggravating their environmental degradation. This is the "pollution paradise hypothesis". In order to enhance international competitiveness, developing countries are also willing to accept these polluting industries. In order to attract foreign direct investment, they will compete to lower environmental standards and "race to the bottom line", making the environmental pollution problem of developing countries more and more prominent.

sportswear/down jacket/padded jacket/ski jacket's/Chinese clothing manufacturer/Professional Sportswear  Manufacturer/OEM&ODM Manufacturer/OEM/ODM Experience focus on outdoor jackets/
 

 

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