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Successful pollution control through cleaner production: myth or reality

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posted on 29.03.2022, 02:54 authored by Ely Anthony Rosales Ouano
This thesis examines the domestic and international legal constraints to the use of cleaner production and its variants. The domestic legal constraints are the labour laws, industrial incentives to less developed regions, protection of existing industries from competition, “grandfather” clauses in environmental legislation to existing industries, and national security. The international legal constraints are treaties distorting the market, thereby eroding the benefits of cleaner production – together with the wide range of non-operational concepts attached to cleaner production, thereby creating apathy and confusion in the potential users. This thesis examines the sugar industry in the Philippines as a case study to illustrate the impacts of domestic and international legal constraints on the use of cleaner production.

History

Notes

"July 2007". Bibliography: p. 334-369

Awarding Institution

Macquarie University

Degree Type

Thesis PhD

Degree

Thesis PhD , Macquarie University, Division of Law, Centre for Environmental Law

Department, Centre or School

Centre for Environmental Law

Year of Award

2007

Principal Supervisor

Michael I. Jeffery

Additional Supervisor 1

Donna Craig

Rights

Copyright disclaimer: http://www.copyright.mq.edu.au Copyright Ely Anthony Rosales Ouano 2007.

Language

English

Extent

xvi, 376 p

Former Identifiers

mq:152 http://hdl.handle.net/1959.14/162 1082234