Precaution and cooperation in the World Trade Organization: an environmental perspective
Introduction: The Trade Environment Nexus:- Proposition 1: Protection of the environment has become exceedingly important, and promises to be more important for the benefit of future generations. Protecting the environment involves [both national environmental regulation and] rules of international cooperation, sanction, or both, so that some government actions to enhance environmental protection will not be undermined by the actions of other governments. Sometimes such rules involve...[Show more]
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