PODCASTS

Episode 25: NAFTA- North American Competitiveness is Job #1‎

Guest: The Honorable François-Philippe Champagne

From the outset of the talks on the modernization of NAFTA, Canada’s approach has been to propose ideas and solutions that will benefit businesses and workers in all three countries. Technology, business, and society have evolved in North America over the past 24 years, and that needs to be reflected in a modernized NAFTA. The Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s Minister of International Trade,  discussed the importance of making North America the most competitive, modern and integrated marketplace, better able to compete and win on the world stage.

 

JOIN IN THE GLOBAL CONVERSATION

The Ad Hoc Gist: I’m the Problem, It’s Me(thane)

Fossil gas is a big problem for the climate. And there are major political battles being waged on how much we need and for how long. Regardless of their outcome, we’re going to have a...

Listen In

Climate investors are already bracing for Trump

Donald Trump’s victory in yesterday’s New Hampshire Republican presidential primary makes clear the stark choice coming into view for voters: On one side, an incumbent president whose signature climate achievement — the Inflation Reduction Act…

Listen In

The Ad Hoc Gist: 2024: Hope Floats or Reality Bites?

As we kick off 2024, I invited five experts to share their predictions for tech, funding, and policy. Here’s mine: 2024 will be big for resilience. In an election year, when climate action will become...

Listen In
CCWA-Image-Processing-3-blue

Contribute to Global Connections

SUPPORT THE CLEVELAND COUNCIL ON WORLD AFFAIRS

For a century, the CCWA has brought diverse perspectives on issues of international import to Cleveland. Much of our programming is made possible by the the support of our members and the generosity of our donors. Will you help us continue to create global connections?

CCWA-Image-Processing-3-blue