A Model for Information Support of Environmental Management by Bill Davey, Clive Mathews

By Bill Davey, Clive Mathews

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A political signal by the WTO on the importance of such coordination could lead to greater collaboration among different governmental bodies at the national level and to greater resources being allocated to such collaboration on the international stage. While this would not eliminate all policy inconsistency—some of which may be deliberate—it would eliminate the inconsistency that results from insufficient coordination. As with all “trade and” issues, the multiplicity of interests, actors and fora, makes it crucial to have effective and inclusive processes of policy formulation.

Indeed, some would suggest that by defining a narrow negotiating agenda, the Doha mandate has sidelined a number of controversial issues. For example, clarifying the relationship between WTO rules and MEA trade-related provisions between MEA parties, is of much less concern than measures taken by MEA non-parties; an issue that has been long debated but remains outside the Doha agenda. Notwithstanding the Doha Round negotiations, the WTO dispute settlement mechanism has been—at least until now—the forum of choice for clarifying trade and environment uncertainties.

Was less enthusiastic than the EU about including trade and environment on the negotiating agenda. S. ensured that the negotiations would not open up more space for consideration of the precautionary principle in WTO rules, and has since sided with developing countries in advocating a limited interpretation of the MEA-WTO mandate. tic environmental standards set in other countries. At the same time, developing countries have advocated a range of issues that reflect Southern trade and environment interests.

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