International Trade in Endangered Species: A Guide to CITES [Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species]

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BRILL, Jun 27, 1989 - Law - 415 pages
The Investors' Environmental Guidelines will be useful to all those associated with the process of investment in Central & Eastern Europe. The Guidelines have been designed for rapid use by the investor who knows very little about the environment, as well as for the environmental specialist working in the corporate environment unit. The Guidelines , in particular the sections covering liability & regulatory compliance, will also be of particular interest to lawyers. The Guidelines give a unique & up-to-date coverage of environmental legislation which will be of far wider interest to policy makers, consultants, NGOs & others, both from within the region & from western countries. In particular, they will be able to compare how investor-related environmental requirements are handled in other countries in the region. The Investors' Environmental Guidelines is based on a major project executed by the European Commission, with the theme of 'Harmonisation of Environmental Legislation & Standards' between Eastern & Western Europe.
 

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Contents

Fundamental Principles
29
Regulation of Trade in Specimens of Species
55
Regulation of Trade in Specimens of Species
105
Regulation of Trade in Specimens of Species
139
Permits and Certificates
147
CHAPTER 7Exemptions and Other Special Provisions
165
Measures to be Taken by the Parties
213
Management and Scientific Authorities
243
The Secretariat
281
Effect on Domestic Legislation and International
299
Amendments
309
APPENDICES
327
B List of Species on Appendices I II and III of CITES
347
Adopted Forms
387
Index of Resolutions of the Conference of the Parties
411
139
413

Meetings of the Conference of Parties
257

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