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The Politics of Trade
Trade & Manufacturing
Global Counsel held its second annual ‘Politics of…’ conference on 16 January 2020, focusing on trade. Panellists from across business, government and civil society debated the implications of dramatic political and technological change on trade policy.
COP25 debrief with GC sustainability team
Energy Practice Lead, Ermenegilda Boccabella and Sustainability Senior Associate, Mollie Brennan share their impressions from COP25 in Madrid.
Global Counsel Holiday Reading List 2019
At the end of each year, the Global Counsel team has a tradition of sharing among ourselves a selection of our favourite articles (or podcasts) from the past year for Christmas reading. Two years ago, we decided to risk sharing the tradition. The response was positive enough to encourage us to do so again.
European Competitiveness and Industry Benchmarking Report 2019
European Competitiveness and Industry Benchmarking Report 2019 produced by The European Round Table for Industry (ERT) and Global Counsel shows how vital it is that Europe quickly unites behind an ambitious, long-term industrial strategy.
Good COP bad COP – 3 things to watch for at COP25 climate negotiations in Madrid
The world’s climate brethren are set to gather next week – not in Chile but in Madrid – for the 25th annual Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP for short). Each year the aim is to move further on the agenda of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for adapting to the impacts of climate change. This year, the…
European Green Deal
Energy & Commodities
The Commission’s ambitions to lead the world in action on climate change will continue to rub against member states’ imperatives to manage the economic costs. Under Frans Timmermans, a team of Commissioners therefore have a huge task of putting together a European Green Deal. The Commission is already clear this will prioritise strong environmental protection, support for…