Triangular trade or triangular trade is a historical term that indicates trade between three ports or regions. Triangular trade generally develops when a region has export goods that are not needed in the region from which its main imports originate. Triangular trade thus offers a method to eliminate trade imbalances between the aforementioned regions. Cooperation must be used to “meet the climate challenge and support Poland, which is facing a challenge that I do not underestimate,” Macron added. An agreement reached in December between EU heads of state and government to make the bloc CO2 neutral by 2050 was undermined by Poland`s rejection. New England also made rum from Caribbean sugar and molasses, which it shipped to Africa and within the New World.  Nevertheless, “triangular trade,” as considered in New England, was a piecemeal operation. It is not known that New England merchants made a sequential circuit of the complete triangle which, according to historian Clifford Shipton, used an average calendar year.  The concept of triangular trade in New England was first proposed in an 1866 george H. Moore book in a book by George H.
Moore, taken up in 1872 by historian George C. Mason and which, in 1887, was fully cited by American businessman and historian William B. Weeden.  The song “Molasses to Rum” from the 1776 musical describes this form of triangular commerce. The first stage of the triangle was from a European port to Africa, where ships carried provisions for sale and trade, such as copper, cloth, jewelry, slave beads, rifles and ammunition.  When the ship arrived, its cargo was sold or exchanged for slaves. In the second stage, ships made their way from the central passage from Africa to the New World. Many slaves died of diseases in the overcrowded loading seats of slave ships. As soon as the ship reached the New World, slave survivors were sold to the Caribbean or the American colonies. The ships were then ready to clean them, drain them and receive export goods for a return, the third stage, to their home port, of the West Indies were the main export shipments of sugar, rum and molasses; Virginia, tobacco and hemp.