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WTO and Multilateral Environment Agreements

  • Date: 02/07/2003, 1430-1700 (Registration closed)
  • Location: Centre Borschette, 36 rue Froissart - 1049 Brussel - Room 2C
  • Registration closes on : 27/06/2003 12:00

Meeting details

  • Date: 02/07/2003, 1430-1700 (registration closed)
  • Location: Centre Borschette, 36 rue Froissart - 1049 Brussel - Room 2C
  • Registration closes on : 27/06/2003 12:00

AGENDA
Guest presenters from Royal Institute of International Affairs, London: Duncan Brack (Head, Sustainable Development Programme, RIIA) Kevin Gray (Associate Fellow, Sustainable Development Programme, RIIA)
1430 - 1500: Trade measures in MEAs: types, purpose, necessity and effectiveness (Duncan Brack)
1500 - 1530: Discussion
1530 - 1600: Interaction with the WTO: is there a real problem? Possible solutions (Kevin Gray)
1600 - 1700: Discussion
This presentation forms part of the project on 'Trade and Sustainable Development Priorities post-Doha' organised jointly by the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the International Institute for Sustainable Development. Its purpose is to identify policy options which can help advance the objectives of environmental protection, poverty eradication and economic development within particular core areas defined by the Doha Declaration. It aims to provide key decision-makers and negotiators with ideas from thinking and discussions amongst NGOs, academics, industry and overnments, both in developed and developing countries, and aim to feed into the negotiations now under way.
The paper on MEAs and the WTO, which was discussed at a workshop held in April 2003, and is currently being revised, c

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  • Participant from Agroforestalia
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  • Participant from Danish 92 Group - Forum for Sustainable Development
  • Participant from EuroCommerce
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  • Participant from European Chemical Industry Council
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  • Participant from France Industrie
  • Participant from Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)
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  • Participant from German Association of Chemical Industries
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  • Participant from Interpharma
  • Participant from Local Government International Bureau (LGIB) (funded) NO SHOW
  • Participant from National Farmers' Union
  • Participant from Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
  • Participant from SOLAGRAL (funded)
  • Participant from United Nations Environment Programme liaison office to the EU (UNEP liaison)
  • Participant from Women's International League for Peace & Freedom (UK) (funded)
  • Participant from World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT)
  • Participant from WWF European Policy Programme (funded) NO SHOW