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Environmental Technologies Trade Advisory Committee
The Environmental Technologies Trade Advisory Committee (ETTAC) advises the interagency Environmental Trade Working Group of the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee, through the Secretary of Commerce, on the development and administration of programs to expand U.S. exports of environmental technologies, goods and services.

ETTAC Recommendations

2020-2022 ETTAC Recommendations

The ETTAC is charged with providing consensus advice to the Environmental Trade Working Group of the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee, through the Secretary of Commerce. You can find the latest recommendations below.

2021-1: Closing Dumpsites
Sent November 2021
2021-2: Increased U.S. Participation in Global Environmental Procurement
Sent November 2021
2021-3: Kigali Amendment
Sent January 2022
2021-4: Environmental Sector Workforce Development to Enhance U.S. Export Opportunities
Sent January 2022
2021-5: Basel Convention and the Circular Economy
Sent January 2022
2021-6: Marine Litter and Ocean Plastic
Sent January 2022
2021-7: Energy Transition Metals
Sent January 2022
2021-8: Multilateral Development Bank Procurement Barriers and Transaction Cost Questions
Sent March 2022
2021-9: Project Finance
Sent March 2022
2021-10: The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework
Sent May 2022
2021-11: Buy America Implications on Environmental Technology Sector
Sent May 2022
2021-12: Environmental Technology, Goods and Services Industry Supply Chain Discussions
Sent May 2022
2021-13: Recommended Changes to the Ex-Im Lending Terms for Climate Change Sector Understanding (CCSU)
Sent in May 2022