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E-Cycling: Linking Trade and Environmental Law in the EC and the U.S.

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ISBN13: 9781571053565
ISBN: 1571053565
Published: June 2006
Publisher: Transnational Publishers, Inc
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £156.00



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Dr. Kalimo's legal and policy analysis explores the phenomenon recycling throughout the entire product life cycle, from the extraction of raw materials, to the production and marketing of goods, to the use of those goods and to the management of the resulting wastes. In this light, he shows how trade law interacts and can function within the demands and needs of the evolving environmental legal paradigm.

Overall, the work provides more than one hundred examples of just how and when modern environmental and free trade law converge in the practical context of recycling of electronics such as mobile phones and personal computers in the internal markets of the EC and the U.S.

E-Cycling is an ideal text for anyone navigating the myriad legal issues surrounding environmental protection and free trade. With holistic, horizontal guidelines and innovative use of charts and figures, the book will contribute to the effectiveness and coherence of public policy-making on the environmental law, trade law, and constitutional law levels.

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Subjects:
Environmental Law, International Trade
Contents:
PART I; INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: Background, Intention and Structure
PART II;
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, TRADE LAW, AND ELECTRONICS RECYCLING
Chapter 2: Regulatory Competition
Chapter 4: Recycling Electronics—Preliminary Practical
and Legal Viewpoints
PART III; ELECTRONICS RECYCLING AT THE CROSSROADS OF
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND TRADE LAW
Chapter 5: Product Requirements on Recycling Electronics
Chapter 6: Waste Electronics
Chapter 7: Recycling Schemes
Chapter 8: Extended Producer Responsibility
Chapter 9: Market-Based Tools
Chapter 10: Information Requirements
PART IV; TOWARDS MUTUALLY REINFORCING
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND TRADE LAW
Chapter 11: Conclusions; Annexes; Annex 1: Recycling Technologies for Electronics; Annex 2: Examples of Design for the Environment Tools Deploying a Life-Cycle Analysis; Annex 3: Marketable Rights—A Hypothetical Illustration; Bibliography; List of Cases; Table of Legal Provisions; Index.