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Fauchald, Ole Kristian. Environmental taxes and trade discrimination. London ; Boston : Kluwer Law International. Fauchald, Ole Kristian. Environmental taxes and trade discrimination, Ole Kristian Fauchald Kluwer Law International London ; Boston 1998. Australian/Harvard Citation. Environmental taxes and trade discrimination, Ole Kristian Fauchald. Ch. 2. Environmental Problems and Strategies to Deal with Them - the Role of Environmental Taxes.
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Environmental law, also known as environmental and natural resources law, is a collective address environmental pollution. A related but distinct set of regulatory regimes, now strongly influenced by environmental legal principles, focus on the management of specific natural resources, such as forests, minerals, or fisheries. Other areas, such as environmental impact assessment, may not fit neatly into either category, but are nonetheless important components of environmental law.
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The journal's scope encompasses a wide range of environmental and natural resource issues, including biosafety, biodiversity loss, climate change, desertification, forest conservation, ozone depletion, transboundary pollutant flows, and the management of marine and fresh-water resources. The journal provides a forum on the role of political, economic, and legal considerations in the negotiation and implementation of effective governance strategies. Examines both formal legal agreements and less formal cooperative solutions.
Environmental taxes have many important advantages, such as environmental effectiveness, economic .
Environmental taxes have many important advantages, such as environmental effectiveness, economic efficiency, the ability to raise public revenue, and transparency. Also, environmental taxes have been successfully used to address a wide range of issues including waste disposal, water pollution and air emissions. Regardless of the policy area, the design of environmental taxes and political economy considerations in their implementation are crucial determinants of their overall success.
As discussed above, environmental law regularly operates in areas .
As discussed above, environmental law regularly operates in areas complicated by high levels of scientific uncertainty. Environmental protection requires that due consideration be given to the potential consequences of environmentally fateful decisions.
Tax Law and Fiscal Policy . This volume of the Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law provides a comprehensive guide to environmental policy instruments, examining their characteristics, applications, strengths and limitations, as well as giving an overview of the most significant issues related to their adoption and effectiveness.
This work analyses inconsistencies in various categories of environmental taxes and the non-discrimination provisions of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 and how such conflicts can be resolved within the existing rules.
As non-discrimination obligations are fundamental rules in the multilateral trading system, such potential conflicts carry great importance, both for the regime for the liberalisation of international trade and for environmental protection measures.
This book assesses the extent to which the relevant provisions of GATT 1994 may impede the use of these taxes, in light of the non-discrimination provisions, the general exceptions, and the rules concerning nullification or impairment of benefits. The work also examines the possibilities of eliminating potential conflicts between environmental measures in general and the provisions of GATT 1994.
Environmental Taxes and Trade Discrimination offers a key to understanding the complexities of and working with an unfamiliar aspect of international environmental law.