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Transboundary spillovers and decentralization of environmental policies
|Series||NBER working paper series ;, working paper 10717, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 10717.|
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Environmental Cooperation (NAAEC) to include a TElA procedure PartV argues that extending the NAAEC-theenvironmental side agreement to NAFTA-toinclude a TElA procedure is the most effective way to address transboundary harm in North America.2o II. The Needfor Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment. Fair river sharing is a kind of a fair division problem in which the waters of a river has to be divided among countries located along the river. It differs from other fair division problems in that the resource to be divided - the water - flows in one direction - from upstream countries to downstream countries.
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Environmental impact assessments as required by this Convention shall, as a minimum requirement, be undertaken at the project level of the proposed activity. To the extent appropriate, the Parties shall endeavour to apply the principles of environmental impact assessment to policies, plans and programmes. governments to relax their environmental regulations. Kennedy  shows that the incentive for eco-dumping is intensified with transboundary pollution cases. However, Burguet et al.  study the effect of bilateral reduction in tariffs on the distortion of .
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Transboundary Spillovers and Decentralization of Environmental Policies Article in Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 50(1) Author: Hilary Sigman.
However, decentralization may be costly if the federal government can realize economies of scale in expertise, if “a race to the bottom” in environmental quality occurs as states compete for new investment, or if there are transboundary spillovers and states free ride. 1Cited by: Transboundary Spillovers and Decentralization of Environmental Policies Hilary Sigman.
NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Public Economics, Environment and Energy Economics Most US federal environmental policies allow states to assume responsibility for implementation and enforcement of regulations; states with this.
Transboundary spillovers and decentralization of environmental policies Hilary Sigman Department of Economics, Rutgers University, 75 Hamilton St., New Brunswick, NJUSA Received 25 February Available online 28 December Abstract Most US federal environmental policies allow states to assume responsibility for implementation and.
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[Hilary Sigman; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "Most US federal environmental policies allow states to assume responsibility for implementation and enforcement of regulations; states with this responsibility are referred to as "authorized" or. "Transboundary spillovers and decentralization of environmental policies," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Elsevier, vol.
50(1), pagesJuly. Hilary Sigman, " Transboundary Spillovers and Decentralization of Environmental Policies," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
Development Policies, Transfer of Pollution Abatement Technology, and Trans-boundary Pollution we compare the environmental and regional economic effects of the transfer of pollution abatement technology in two regions. Sigman, H.
Transboundary spillovers and decentralization of environmental policies. Journal of Environmental Cited by: 2. Transboundary spillovers may degrade environmental quality if countries free ride.
This paper examines the extent of such degradation in water quality in international rivers. The economics of environmental federalism identifies two book-end departures from the first-best, which equates marginal costs and benefits in all local jurisdi Transboundary Spillovers and Decentralization of Environmental Policies.
Endogenous Decentralization in Federal Environmental by: 7. Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context, done at Espoo, Finland, on 25 Februaryand decision II/9 of its Parties at Sofia on 26 and 27 Februaryin which it was decided to prepare a legally binding protocol on strategic environmental assessment, Recognizing that strategic environmental assessment.
A transboundary problem is an environmental problem that is transboundary in scale. In other words, it is an environmental problem originating in, or contributed by, one country and affecting (or impacting) another. For example, in the case of eutrophication in the Dnipro River Basin (a transboundary problem affecting many aquatic systems), the.
transboundary harm in international law Many harms ﬂow across the ever-more porous sovereign borders of a globalizing world. These harms expose weaknesses in the international legal regime built on sovereignty of nation states.
Using Cited by: Environmental impact assessment in preventing transboundary river pollution under international law: an analysis / Lan Hua State responsibility and transboundary marine pollution / Robert Beckman Transboundary pollution from offshore activities: a study of the Montara offshore oil spill /.
in assessing environmental impact in particular in a transboundary context, Mindful of the need and importance to develop anticipatory policies and of preventing, mitigating and monitoring significant adverse environmental impact in general and more specifically in a transboundary context, Recalling the relevant provisions of the Charter.
Change is in the air. After a century of growing national control, Americans are rethinking the role of the federal government vis-à-vis the states. This reconsideration has led to welfare reform and to a nationwide debate over education.
Now it is beginning to focus on environmental policy, too. effectiveness at preventing transboundary environmental harm would seem to depend on how effective domestic EIA is at preventing domestic environmental harm.").
See, e.g., Brian R. Popiel, From Customary Law to Environmental Impact Assessment: A New Approach to Avoiding Transboundary Environmental Damage Between Canada and the UnitedCited by: 7. 2 Transboundary Environmental Governance challenges effectively.
For example, the lack of channels for direct communication among the full range of stakeholders— in this case, between and among local communities, sub-national governments, and regional institutions—is part of a larger problem of access to information and transparency in.
over-abstraction, pollution and environmental degradation, while the impacts of flooding continue to be catastrophic in many parts of the world, including some of the largest transboundary basins. This will be compounded by increasing social-demographic, economic-trade and environmental-File Size: KB.
The book would probably make for an accessible introduction to this particular subset of international law (watercourses law, not to be confused with law of the sea or shipping) to readers of both law and politics backgrounds, although a caveat may be helpful in positively remarking on the book: it is not clear, despite the book's statement in Cited by:.
“Transboundary Spillovers and Decentralization of Environmental Policies,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 50 (June ), 82– “Does Trade Promote Environmental Coordination?File Size: KB.UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INSTITUTIONS – Transboundary Environmental Harm and State Responsibility: Customary International Law - Aaron Schwabach ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Harm of this nature includes global warming and destruction of the ozone layer, marineFile Size: KB.
Interjurisdictional pollution spillovers are a critical issue in U.S. environmental policy. When policy responsibility is decentralized, state governmental agencies have incentives to promote these externalities in order to capture the benefits of economic activity within their borders while compelling neighbors to shoulder the resultant environmental by: