|3.1 Variables Affecting FDI in Selected Sectors in Costa Rica,
|4.1 Trade and the Environment||81|
|4.2 Environmental Certification||92|
|5.1 Ston Forestal S.A. and the Polemic of its Environmental
|5.2 Cloromat: A Case of Absolute Lack of Control||133|
|5.3 Tico Fruit S.A. and its Waste Water Treatment Plant||134|
|5.4 SARET Aeropuerto: An Environmentally Responsible Free
Zone Industrial Park||138|
|5.5 Baxter Healthcare S.A. and its Environmental Protection
|6.1 Deregulation of the Oil and Gas Sector in Argentina||186|
|6.2 Centromín Perú: Privatization and Environmental
|7.1 The Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve||231|
|7.2 Placing Costa Rica on the Naturalists' Map: The Role of
the Organization for Tropical Studies||240|
|7.3 Joint Implementation in Costa Rica: Two Examples of
Projects Approved by the USIJI||242|
|7.4 Biodiversity Venture Capital Funds||244|
|7.5 Looking at Juárez through the Lens of the UNDP on
Public-Private Partnerships for the Urban Environment||266|
|8.1 Voluntary Environmental Audits in Mexico||278|
|8.2 Complementing Productivity Enhancement with
Environmental Protection in Brazilian Pulp, Paper and
|8.3 Environmental Protection Becomes a Human Right in
|8.4 Brazil's Green Protocol||284|
|8.5 The Inter-American Development Bank's Environmental|
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Book title: Private Capital Flows and the Environment:Lessons from Latin America.
Contributors: Bradford S. Gentry - Author.
Publisher: Edward Elgar.
Place of publication: Cheltenham, England.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: xiii.
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