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Fragmented international law: international trade law and international environmental law

Published inElgar Encyclopaedia of Environmental Law, Editors FAURE, Michael, p. 44-57
PublisherCheltenham : Edward Elgar
Publication date2021-12
Abstract

This contribution examines the interrelations between international trade law and international environmental law in the context of dispute settlement. It describes how the WTO dispute settlement mechanism has been dealing with environmental considerations. It also traces the different ways in which WTO adjudicators take into account environmental law, in particular in the process of interpreting WTO law.

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NoteElgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law: Volume XI: Trade and Environmental Law - Chapter XI.5
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MARCEAU, Gabrielle Zoe, GRIGOROVA, Jenya. Fragmented international law: international trade law and international environmental law. In: Elgar Encyclopaedia of Environmental Law. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2021. p. 44–57. doi: 10.4337/9781785369520
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