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* The most comprehensive and accessible guide to environment and trade, with thorough coverage of WTO rulings and impacts
* An easy-to-use and accessible tool for practitioners, civil society, academics, students, and policy-makers who work on environment
and/or trade issues.
* Authored by world-leading authorities on environment and trade law from the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)

International trade rules have significant impacts on environmental law and policy at the domestic, regional and global levels. In the WTO, dispute settlement tribunals are increasingly called to decide on environment-related questions.
· Can members treat products differently based on environmental considerations?
· Can members block the import of highly carcinogenic asbestos-containing products or genetically modified products crops?
· Can members require labeling for “dolphin-friendly” tuna?

This Guide, authored by five world leaders on international environmental and trade law at CIEL, is an accessible, comprehensive, one-of-a-kind compendium of environment and trade jurisprudence under the WTO. Providing an overview for both experts and non-experts of the major themes relevant to environment and trade, it also analyzes how WTO tribunals have approached these themes in concrete disputes and provides selected excerpts of the most significant cases.





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ISBN 9781844072989
author Nathalie Bernasconi-Osterwald,Daniel Magraw,Maria Julia Oliva,Marcos Orellana,Elisabeth Tuerk,Phillipe Roch
Number of Pages 400
Publisher Earthscan Publications Ltd.
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