Journal Title

International Dimensions of Ethics Education Case Study Series

Publication Date

2010

Abstract

This case study provides an overview of environmental and health issues regarding the transboundary trade of hazardous substances such as various chemical waste, including pesticides, which can affect human condition and the environment, especially in developing countries. Primary discussions have risen to address these concerns, and to design regulations for the proper use and legal trade of these substances. The study also provides an in-depth analysis on the various approaches in a national and international level, to control the impact of these regulations worldwide.

Hazard_TOC.pdf (116 kB)
Table of Contents

Hazard_AChrono.pdf (158 kB)
Appendix A: Chronology

Hazard_BGenInfo.pdf (229 kB)
Appendix B: General Information

Hazard_CBasel.pdf (219 kB)
Appendix C: Basel Convention

Hazard_DRotterdam.pdf (1925 kB)
Appendix D: Rotterdam Convention

Hazard_EStockholm.pdf (1137 kB)
Appendix E: Stockholm Convention

Hazard_FWebsites.pdf (119 kB)
Appendix F: Useful Websites

Hazard_GStakeholders.pdf (274 kB)
Appendix G: Stakeholders and Stakeholder Inclusion

Hazard_HTeach.pdf (176 kB)
Appendix H: Materials for Teachers

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