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Study on Good Regulatory Practices for Goods and Services Necessary or Desirable for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, October 2009

Study on Good Regulatory Practices for Goods and Services Necessary or Desirable for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, October 2009

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#209-SE-01.7
YEAR
2009
PUBLISHED DATE
December 2009
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
PUBLICATIONS UNDER
PAGES
36
ACCESSED
29466

 

Individual Files

1. Introduction

2. Overview of the production and trade of CCGS
- Solar Equipment
- Air Pollution Mitigation, Prevention and Control-related goods
- Natural dyes and fibers
- Water and wastewater treatment

3. Regulatory Practices on CCGS

4. Barriers and Impediments on Production and Trade of CCG
- Restrictive Practices in Customs Procedures
- Restrictive Practices in Technical Regulations
- Quantitative Restrictions
- Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights
- Subsidies
- Restrictions on the Movement of Business Persons
- Investment-Related Restrictions

5. Policy Recommendations and Final Remarks




Description

This project aims to analyze whether current regulatory practices are able to embrace the concept of CCGS and identify and suggest best practice regulation which will encourage the production and trade of CCGS to ensure they can play an effective role in global responses to climate change.

 

This work is available for further use under creative commons licensing.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

1. Introduction

2. Overview of the production and trade of CCGS
- Solar Equipment
- Air Pollution Mitigation, Prevention and Control-related goods
- Natural dyes and fibers
- Water and wastewater treatment

3. Regulatory Practices on CCGS

4. Barriers and Impediments on Production and Trade of CCG
- Restrictive Practices in Customs Procedures
- Restrictive Practices in Technical Regulations
- Quantitative Restrictions
- Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights
- Subsidies
- Restrictions on the Movement of Business Persons
- Investment-Related Restrictions

5. Policy Recommendations and Final Remarks



DESCRIPTIONS

Description

This project aims to analyze whether current regulatory practices are able to embrace the concept of CCGS and identify and suggest best practice regulation which will encourage the production and trade of CCGS to ensure they can play an effective role in global responses to climate change.

 

This work is available for further use under creative commons licensing.

DOWNLOAD

Download

File size: 237.53KB


FIND OUT MORE

Find out more

Policy Support Unit