Edited By: UNEP
44 pages, no illustrations
The report researches the trade and environmental effects of ecolabels through a literature review and includes five case studies of specific labels. It reveals data limitations on identifying and quantifying these effects and sets out futher research and multistakeholder exchange that is required to support design and application of ecolabels which support sustainable development. The interaction between trade and environmental policies, and public policies and market forces are examined in some depth.
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