Trade and the Environment Documents 6.4.99

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Trade & the Environment Documents

APEC & the Environment | Trade & the Environment

APEC & the Environment

Workshop: APEC and the Environment: Innovative Approaches to Trade and Environment in Asia-Pacific, October 18th, 1996, San Francisco, CA. These papers were prepared for the Trade and Environment Policy Project (TEPP) series – a collaboration between the Nautilus Institute, National Wildlife Federation, and the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE). (NOTE: starred (*) papers were published in the Journal of Environment and Development, vol. 6, no. 3, September 1997).

MORGAN, David G.
Building APEC’s Institutional Architecture

Crosscutting and Participatory Mechanisms for Sustainable Development, Some Preliminary ThoughtsPORTER, Garth
Natural Resource Subsidies, Trade and Environment: The Cases of Forests and Fisheries*

Presents a conceptual framework for understanding subsidies in the natural resource sector; marshals the evidence that such subsidies harm the environment, focusing on the forest and fisheries sectors as case studies; examines the ways in which natural resource subisidies are being treated in various international fora, including APEC; and proposes ways to integrate the issue into APEC’s work program.ROHT-ARRIAZA, Naomi
ISO 14,001 in the APEC Context: Uses, Limitations and Policy Alternatives*

Lessons of NAFTA for APEC*

ZARSKY, Lyuba & Jason HUNTER, Nautilus Institute
Environmental Cooperation at APEC: The First Five Years


Describes APEC’s work on environmental issues between 1993, when environmental issues moved into the mainstream of APEC, and 1997, when Environment Ministers will approve implementation of a regional “Action Programme.”

Trade & the Environment

Workshop on Trade and Environment in Asia-Pacific: Prospects for Regional Cooperation, September 23-25, 1994, Honolulu, HI. (Organised by Nautilus Institute and co-sponsored by the East-West Center and the Monterey Institute for International Studies.)

AKAHA, Tsuneo., Monterey Institute of International Studies

International Cooperation for the Sustainable Development of the Russian Far EastNAGARA, Bunn, ISIS

The Trade-Environment Nexus: Whence, Whither, Why and WhereforeDRAKE-BROCKMAN, Jane and Kym ANDERSON, University of Adelaide

The Entwining of Trade Policy and Environmental Issues: Implications for APECFAIRBAIRN, Te’o, University of New South Wales

Pacific Islands Economies: Trade Patterns and Some Observations on Trade Policy IssuesFUAUVO, Vili, South Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

Trade, Environment and Development in the Pacific Islands: the role of SPREPHAN, Taek-Whan, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy

Northeast Asia Environmental Cooperation: Progress and ProspectsLOW, Linda, and Tay Boon NGA, National University of Singapore

Region-Building and the Environment: The Role of the PECCPRIMAVERA, J. Honculada, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center

Shrimp Farming in the Asia-Pacific: Environment and Trade Issues and Regional CooperationRAHIM, Khalid Abdul, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia

Unilateral Environmental Regulations and the Implications for International Commodity-Related Environmental AgreementsSOEGIARTO, Aprilani, The Indonesian Institute of Sciences-LIPI

Sustainable Fisheries, Environment and the Prospects of Regional Cooperation in Southeast AsiaTISDELL, Clem, University of Queensland

Tourism in the APEC Region and its promotion in an Ecologically Sound Way Through Regional Co-operationYAMAMOTO, Wataru, Japan Development Institute (JDI)

Japanese Official Development Assistance and Industrial Environmental Management in Asia

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