Environmental Requirements and Market Access / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
- Paris : OECD Publishing, 2005.
- OECD Trade Policy Studies 19901534.
OECD Trade Policy Studies 19901534.
- Government document
1 online resource (288 pages)
Industry and Services.
- Investigating over twenty cases where exports from developing countries faced new environmental requirements, this OECD report examines how environmental requirements can be trade barriers for developing countries. These case studies, covering a diverse number of products and exporting countries, trace a number of environmental regulations, standards and labelling schemes, from conception through implementation. In so doing, they highlight the difference that sensitivity to potential trade effects can make when designing environmental regulations and standards. They also show that timely technical assistance has played a crucial role in helping exporters from developing countries adjust to new environmental requirements without suffering adverse trade effects.
Case Studies on Environmental Requirements and Market Access
Developing an International Standard for "Green" Tourism
Limiting Pesticide Residues in Pineapples
Limits on Cadmium in Plastics and PVC
US Import Procedures for Gasoline
Limits on Pesticide Residues in Tea
Limits on Pesticide Residues in Snow Peas
Limits on Formaldehyde in Textiles
Limits on Aromatic Amines in Textiles Coloured with Azo Dyes
Limits on Chemical Residues in Leather Goods
The European Union's Import Procedures for Organic Foods and Beverages
Standards for Organic Foods and Beverages
Phasing Out Methyl Bromide
Adapting Turtle-excluder Devices to Local Conditions
Sustainability Labels for Wood and Wood Products
Phytosanitary Measures Affecting the Import of Fresh Durian Fruit
The International Fruit Container Organisation (IFCO) Returnable Packaging Initiative
Private Certification of a Fishery as Sustainable
Mangrove Protection Initiatives and Farmed Shrimp
Eco-labels for Cut Flowers
Japan's Regulations Affecting the Labelling of Organic Plant Products.
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