Trade and Environment: Looking beneath the Sands of Doha?

in Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
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Abstract

This article offers a rapid history of environmental concern in the GATT and WTO systems. It focuses in particular on the environmental issues that are currently under negotiation in the Doha Round, and then reviews how key environmental issues are at play in other areas of negotiation. It looks also at the way in which environment has been taken into account in the regular work of the WTO, and especially by the Appellate Body. Finally, it suggests that recent political shifts in the WTO may provide greater scope for considering environmental perspectives in future.

Trade and Environment: Looking beneath the Sands of Doha?

in Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law

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