WTO Reform: A Forward-looking Agenda on Environmental Sustainability

  title={WTO Reform: A Forward-looking Agenda on Environmental Sustainability},
  author={Carolyn Deere-Birkbeck},
  journal={WTO Reform},
to work with companies to improve environmental performance through public–private partnerships, self-regulation schemes and corporate social responsibility systems, with the aid of consumer pressure. 
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