1: The Need for a New Paradigm
from the Book
1. Holm, H.
and Sorensen, G. (1995) Whose World Order: Uneven
Globalization and the End of the Cold War, Westview
Press. Define globalization as the 'intensification
of economic, political, social and cultural relations
J. and Drahos, P. (2000) Global Business Regulation,
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge . The award-winning
work of Braithwaite and Drahos provides clear frameworks
and strategies forward for all actors. Their work,
the result of over 500 interviews over 10 years, shows
the range of people wishing to work for a race to
3. Ibid, p519.
4. At present,
basic trade rules dictate that imports of goods may
not be restricted because of their environmental impacts
on their production processes. The lack of environmental
policies in the exporting country cannot be given
as a valid reason to restrict trade unless the products
themselves are the source of the pollution for the
importing country. Hence, the WTO considers recycled
and non-recycled paper 'like' products and cannot
be discriminated against.
5. Heij,E (2002)
CSIRO FutureCorp Forum, CSIRO Sustainability Newsletter,
no 12, Adelaide (www.bml.csiro.au/susnetnl/netwkl2E.pdf
6. FOE, Trade
Case Study: US Ban on the Use of More Polluting Petrol
in City Areas (aka the 'Venezuela-Petrol Dispute'),
Friends of the Earth International.
7. See Note