Principles of International Environmental Law

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International trade and competition

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Trade and Environmental Policy
(1982); E. Brown Weiss, ‘Environment and Trade
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Trade and Environment: Lessons from the Federal Experience’, 49 Washington and
Lee Law Review
1219 (1992); P. Callas, D. Esty and D. Van Hoogstraten, ‘Envi-
ronmental Protection and International Trade: Toward Mutually Supportive Rules
and Policies’, 16 Harvard Environmental Law Review 271 (1992); S. Charnovitz,
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387 (1993); OECD, Trade and Environment: Processes and Production Methods
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The Search for Balance
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and Environmental Law after the Uruguay Round
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the Environment: A Comparative Study of EC and US Law
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and R. Howse, The Regulation of International Trade (1999, 2nd edn); WTO Sec-
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the NAFTA: Towards a Common Law of International Trade
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Environment’ 11 RECIEL (2002).


Introduction

UNCED marked a further stage towards the integration of economic and environmental aspects of international law, prompted in part by considerations of the relationship between differing environmental standards and economic competitiveness.1 Principle 4 of the Rio Declaration reflects this

1 R. Stewart, ‘Environmental Regulation and International Competitiveness’, 102 Yale Law Journal 2039 (1993); R. Hudec, ‘Differences in International Environmental Standards: The

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