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Towards a Mutually Supportive Relationship Between the Convention on Biological Diversity and the World Trade Organization: An Action Guide

By: Richard G Tarasofsky
26 pages, no illustrations
Towards a Mutually Supportive Relationship Between the Convention on Biological Diversity and the World Trade Organization: An Action Guide
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  • Towards a Mutually Supportive Relationship Between the Convention on Biological Diversity and the World Trade Organization: An Action Guide ISBN: 9782831706467 Paperback Jan 2006 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Culmination of a 4 year IUCN project on the convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the international trade regime. The point of departure for the project was the assumption that both the CBD and the World Trade Organization (WTO) represent regimes whose successful implementation is necessary in order to achieve sustainable development. The project yielded a rich set of recommendations on 3 themes relating to the core of the CBD: forests, fisheries and intellectual property rights (IPRs). This guide is limited to those recommendations specifically relating to the trade aspects of the CBD, and the biodiversity aspects of the WTO regime.

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By: Richard G Tarasofsky
26 pages, no illustrations
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