by Durwood Zaelke, Rob Housman and Paul Orbuch
Island Press, 1993
Paper: 978-1-55963-268-3 | Cloth: 978-1-55963-267-6
Library of Congress Classification HF1379.T72 1993
Dewey Decimal Classification 363.7

Trade and the Environment is an important primer for anyone concerned with the impact of trade agreements on the global environment. After examining some of the broader aspects of the debate, the book turns to specific concerns: When is it appropriate for one country to use trade measures to influence industrial behavior in another country? How are international environmental standards set? When are low environmental standards in one country a subsidy to that country's industries? With chapters representing the views of industrial leaders, trade advocates, environmentalists, international organizations, and policymakers from both the developed and developing world, Trade and the Environment provides insight into the full spectrum of issues, concerns, and parties involved in this critical debate.

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