USTR - Press Release,33/10en-usUSTR Announces Intent to Launch WTO Negotiations on Environmental GoodsWashington, D.C. – United States Trade Representative Michael Froman notified the U.S. Congress today of the Obama Administration’s intent to enter into negotiations on a new trade agreement in the World Trade Organization (WTO) aimed at eliminating tariffs on a wide range of  environmental goods. Values-Driven Trade Policy: Remarks by Ambassador Froman at the Center for American ProgressA VALUES-DRIVEN TRADE POLICYU.S. TRADE REPRESENTATIVE MICHAEL FROMANFEBRUARY 18, 2014 “Thank you, Neera, for that introduction.  Thank you for all of your work, in government and here at CAP, that has contributed so much to progressive economic policies that have improved the well-being of millions of Americans.  And thank you for hosting me here today. 2014-02-18T05:00:00Announcement of the National Strategy for Combating Wildlife TraffickingWashington, D.C. –U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman issued the following statement following the White House’s unveiling of a National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking, which will strengthen U.S. leadership on this issue, including by strengthening domestic and global enforcement as well as international commitments and cooperation. by United States Trade Representative Michael Froman Announcing Enforcement Action with Regard to IndiaWashington, DCFebruary 10, 2014 AS DELIVERED “Good afternoon. Thanks everybody for joining us. President Obama’s consistent focus has been on fostering growth, creating jobs, and strengthening the middle class.  And that’s been our focus here at USTR as well. Trade Enforcement Action Combats Barrier to U.S. Clean Energy ProductsUnited States Challenges India’s Requirements Affecting U.S. Solar Product Exports by United States Trade Representative Michael Froman Announcing New Talks Towards Increased Trade in Environmental Goods January 24, 2014Davos, SwitzerlandAS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY Trade Representative Froman, Fellow Trade Ministers Plan New Talks Toward Increased Trade in Environmental GoodsTalks among WTO partners will take place in Geneva Groups Support Efforts to Achieve Strong Outcomes for the Environment in the Trans-Pacific Partnership NegotiationsWashington, D.C.- At an event hosted by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) today, environmental groups underscored their support for U.S. efforts to achieve strong outcomes for the environment, including groundbreaking conservation measures, in the 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations. With guidance from environmental groups both on and off the government’s formal advisory committees, U.S. U.S. Trade Representative for the Western Hemisphere John Melle Co-chairs the Third Meeting of the Free Trade Commission under the United States-Peru Trade Promotion AgreementAssistant U.S. U.S. Trade Representative for Environment and Natural Resources Jennifer Prescott Participates in Meetings with Peruvian Government Assistant U.S.