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This book presents various perspectives on the environmental aspects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), including the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation (NAAEC). Among the issues discussed are the environmental regulations of the NAFTA nations and Chile, as well as the environmental implications of conducting cross-border business.
These topics are addressed in an interdisciplinary manner, focusing on legal, economic, social, political and scientific issues, with contributions from American, Canadian, Mexican and Chilean authors. The book is invaluable as it provides a broad outlook on multifaceted environmental issues in a single volume.
This book is the third volume in our NAFTA Law and Policy series, which offers high-quality studies on different aspects of NAFTA, including legal analysis and commentary on the Agreement. The numerous areas covered by the series include NAFTA topics as diverse as agriculture, dispute settlement, intellectual property rights, investment and labour.
|"Green" Language in the NAFTA: Reconciling Free Trade and Environmental Protection||1|
|The NAAEC and Its Implications for Environmental Cooperation, Trade Policy, and American Treaty-Making||25|
|The Transformation of Environmental Enforcement Cooperation Between Mexico and the United States in the Wake of NAFTA||77|
|The Injustice of Environmental Justiciability: Public Citizen v. Office of the United States Trade Representative||159|
|The Legal Framework for Environmental Regulation under the North American Free Trade Agreement||207|
|The North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation: A Canadian Perspective||229|
|The Limits of Free Trade: Sovereignty, Environmental Protection, and NAFTA||265|
|Environmental Aspects of Building a Facility in Northern Mexico||321|
|NAFTA & The Environment: Impacts on Doing Business in Mexico||351|
|NAFTA: Environmental Needs and Infrastructure in Mexico||361|
|Uncertain Election Outcome Clouds The Future of Environmental Policy||431|
|Environmental Policy Part of Opposition's Political and Economic Agenda||437|
|Blueprint for Mexico's Environmental Programs Favors Resource Conservation||443|
|Chile's Environmental Framework Law: Considerations for Foreign Investors||447|
|Seeking Redress for Environmental Harm in the Context of Transboundary Pollution: Remedies, Access, and Choice of Law Considerations||463|
|Regional Trends in International Law and Domestic Environmental Law: The Inter-American Hemisphere||485|
|Selected Bibliography on NAFTA and the Environment, Trade and the Environment, and Environmental Issues in North America||539|
|The Text of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation||549|
|About the Authors||583|