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environmental standard


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environmental standard

environmental standard

environmental standard

Imposed Environmental Standards and International Trade†

Access to Justice on Environmental Matters — a case of Double Standards? Greepeace and Others v Commission of the European Communities

Environmental Campaigns and the Adoption and Implementation of Renewable Portfolio Standards

Disciplinary Interactions: Ontological Commitments and Environmental Standard-setting

Environmental standard setting by a supra-regional authority: customisation or convergence?

Stabilization Clauses and the Evolution of Environmental Standards in Foreign Investment Contracts

Private Voluntary Standard-Setting, the International Organization for Standardization, and International Environmental Lawmaking

Green Public Procurement—European Law, Environmental Standards and ‘What To Buy’ Decisions

International Trade and Environmental Governance: Relating Rules (and Standards) in the EU and the WTO

Standards for Environmental, Non-threshold, Carcinogens: A Comparison of the Approaches Used for Radiation and for Chemicals

Rethinking Private Authority: Agents and Entrepreneurs in Global Environmental GovernancePrivate Standards and Global Governance: Economic, Legal, and Political Perspectives

Reconciling regulatory stability and evolution of environmental standards in investment contracts: Towards a rethink of stabilization clauses

Determinant Roles of Environmental Contamination and Noncompliance with Standard Precautions in the Risk of Hepatitis C Virus Transmission in a Hemodialysis Unit

Rooker, Jeffrey William (born 1941), PC 1999; CEng; Chairman: Food Standards Agency, 2009–13; National Environmental Board, since 2014

Principles of International Environmental Law. Volume I: Frameworks, Standards and Implementation. By Philippe Sands. Manchester University Press, 1995. 773 pp. £90 (hardback); £29.99 (paper)

F. Brouwer and D. E. Ervin (eds). Public Concerns, Environmental Standards and Agricultural Trade. CABI Publishing, Oxon and New York, 2002. ISBN: 0‐85199‐586‐1, 352 pp., Price: £49.95 (hardback).

 

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A limiting condition of environmental quality, that is often expressed in numerical terms, has legal standing, and is designed to protect human health and well‐being.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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