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Trade & Sustainable Development Program News

 

October 2014 Leaked TTIP draft for chemicals sector reveals a toxic partnership
July 2014 CITES failing to adequately protect endangered Afrormosia tree
July 2014 TTIP crosses the line on toxic chemicals for 111 NGOs
June 2014 Economic benefits of tighter controls for endocrine disruptors outweigh hypothetical trade effects
May 2014 Proposed Plans for US/EU Trade Deal Would Weaken Health, Consumer, Worker, Environmental Protections
March 2014 Chemical industry secretly manipulating US-EU trade negotiations (TTIP)
December 2013 Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Negotiations Underway
December 2013 CIEL publishes the first edition of Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Monitor
November 2013 CIEL Statement before the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance, hearing on the "Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Achieving the Potential"
October 2013 Fracking Dispute Under NAFTA Highlights Potential Pitfalls of EU-U.S. Trade Agreement
July 2013 CIEL to Testify Before US House Committee on Energy & Commerce on Health and Environmental Risks of US-EU Free Trade Agreement
July 2013 Submission for Subcommittee hearing on "Regulation of New Chemicals, Protection of Confidential Business Information, and Innovation"
June 2013 U.S. Court of Appeals Rules in Government Secrecy Case
February 2013 U.S. Court of Appeals Hears Government Secrecy Case: U.S. trade agency continued secrecy denies public access to document related to protection of environment and public health
October 2012 CIEL advocates for transparency in investment arbitration at UNCITRAL negotiations
February 2011 CIEL Spearheads Efforts for Transparency in UN Arbitration Body.
June 2010 International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes Hearing Webcast for First Time.
May 2010 CIEL organizes a side-event on human rights, climate change and technology transfer.
March 2010 CIEL will discuss the Proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in a panel briefing for the environmental community.
March 2010 CIEL participates in conference on Combating Maritime Piracy with the Rule of Law
December 2009 CIEL participates in an international conference on “International Investment Law Today: Contemporary Problems of a New Era in International Law,” held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
November 2009 CIEL discusses transparency and public participation in the WTO's Dispute Settlement Understanding at the Seventh WTO Ministerial in Geneva.
October 2009 CIEL will address the conflicts and compatibilities between the trade and climate change regimes at the American Society of International Law.
October 2009 CIEL Participates in discussions on U.S. Model Bilateral Investment Treaty.
October 2009 Tribunal in Piero Foresti, Laura De Carli and others v. the Republic of South Africa grants CIEL and human rights organizations access to documents by the parties.
September 2009 CIEL and Friends of the Earth invite the public to Climate Change Policies & WTO Trade Rules: Conflict or Coherence?, September 29, 2009, with release of Is World Trade Law a Barrier to Saving Our Climate?
August 2009 CIEL and other civil society organizations express concerns over the 2004 U.S. model Bilateral Investment Treaty.
June 2009 IP Quarterly Update warns about the pharmaceutical companies using scare tactics on counterfeit medical products to co-opt public health concerns for higher IP protection and enforcement.
June 2009 CIEL works with partners to support a Treaty on Copyright Exceptions and Limitations at WIPO. A summary of the meting available is here.
May 2009 CIEL organizes Technology and Finance Workshops at D92 NGO Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen and provides discussion papers on Technology Cooperation, Trade and Climate Change, and Legal Architecture.
February 2009 CIEL pushes for effective Technology Transfer at the Climate Change negotiations in Poznan, Poland:  Report of the CIEL Panel discussion with civil society and clean technology business.
October 2008 CIEL Participates in an International Anti-Corruption Conference.
September 2008 Addressing global environmental challenges: What to expect from future dispute settlement panels?
September 2008 CIEL to speak at the World Conservation Forum
August 2008 Major International Investment Arbitration Decision Acknowledges Role of Arguments put Forward by NGOs
July 2008 CIEL attends first open WTO Appellate Body hearing in the famous Hormones dispute
July 2008 CIEL welcomes the decision by the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization to open to the public the hearing on appeal in the latest stage of the Hormones case.
July 2008 CIEL looks at lessons to be learned by civil society and developing countries from negotiations for the US-Peru Free Trade Agreement
July 2008 UN Body Supports Transparency in New Arbitration Rules>
June 2008 CIEL and IISD call for an end to an era of secrecy in investor-State arbitration: UN body must support transparency in new arbitration rules
May 2008 CIEL discusses options for suspending intellectual property protection to enforce WTO Dispute Settlement Rulings
April 2008 CIEL and partners webcast the meeting between civil society and candidates for Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organization
April 2008 CIEL participates in event on World Bank-Financed Water Projects
April 2008 Colombia: The Human Impact of Trade, War, and the Rule of Law
March 2008 CIEL discusses environmental protection and investor-state disputes at an international seminar in Chile
February 2008

CIEL will discuss the Environmental Dimensions of the Peru-U.S. FTA at American University's Washington College of Law on February 28, 2008

February 2008

CIEL and partners publish reports and presentations from a Capacity Building Workshop on the Relationship between the World Intellectual Property Organization and the Convention on Biological Diversity

February 2008

Block of countries refuses to discuss transparency in investor-State arbitrations

Febraury 2008

CIEL participates in a technical and informal workshop on WTO Disciplines on Fisheries Subsidies, sponsored by UNEP and WWF

December 2007

CIEL produces a paper for UNEP on EEZ Fisheries Access Arrangements and the WTO Subsidies Agreement

December 2007

CIEL challenges the European Free Trade Association over their anti-development pursuit of intellectual property provisions in Free Trade Agreements with developing countries

November 2007

Rwanda tests the WTO's Public Health exception and seeks to import generic HIV/AIDS medicines from Canada. CIEL and the South Centre analyze the issue in the Third Quarter edition of the South Centre/CIEL IP Quarterly

November 2007 CIEL and partners request web-casting of EC - Bananas hearing at the World Trade Organization
November 2007 CIEL urges the World Trade Organization to move towards greater coherence.
November 2007 CIEL Launches “A Citizen’s Guide to WIPO”, a guide for enabling and enhancing the effective participation of civil society in intellectual property policy-making at the World Intellectual Property Organization.
October 2007 Traditional Knowledge, Folklore and Genetic Resources:  Developments at WIPO and other Multinational Flora
October 2007 CIEL and a Coalition of European and Latin American NGOs submit an amicus curiae brief to the WTO's Appellate Body in the Brazil-Retreaded Tyres case
September 2007 CIEL raises issues relating to global governance and the inter-linkage between trade and climate change at the World Trade Organization's Public Forum

September 2007

CIEL hosts panel discussion on Civil Society Participation in the World Intellectual Property Organization, in parallel with the launch of CIEL’s “A Citizen's Guide to WIPO”, 1 October 2007

September 2007

Indigenous groups and other local communities are demanding protection for their Traditional Knowledge and Heritage, but is the World Intellectual Property Organization listening? CIEL publishes an analysis of WIPO’s proposed framework for the protection of Traditional Knowledge

September 2007

CIEL urges UNCITRAL to amend their arbitration rules to make investment disputes more transparent and participatory

September 2007

CIEL and WWF express concern about the European Commission's decision to appeal in WTO dispute on Retreaded Tyres

August 2007

Does the World Intellectual Property Organization's proposed framework on Traditional Knowledge meet the needs of indigenous peoples?

August 2007

CIEL publishes “Putting Health on the Fast Track:  Compliance with the Doha Declaration on Public Health as a Principal Negotiating Objective for Trade Promotion Authority”

July 2007

Despite efforts by NGOs and Indigenous and Local Communities, WIPO fails to move forward on norms for the Protection of Traditional Knowledge, Folklore and Genetic Resources

June 2007

CIEL publishes materials from its workshop on Intellectual Property, Economic Partnership Agreements and Sustainable Development, which took place on 12-13 May 2007, in Brussels, Belgium

June 2007

WTO Panel accepts environmental and health arguments in the Brazil-Retreaded Tyres case, in line with CIEL's amicus curiae brief

June 2007

Environmental chapter of the Peru trade agreement marks a significant step forward

April 2007

CIEL publishes a discussion paper on the European Union's attempts to impose TRIPS-plus standards on 76 African, Caribbean and Pacific countries

April 2007

CIEL publishes Intellectual Property, Bilateral Agreements and Sustainable Development: A Strategy Note, the second in a series of papers on strategies for challenging, negotiating and implementing IP provisions in free trade agreements with the US

April 2007

A coalition of human rights and environmental organizations file an amicus curiae brief in an investment arbitration concerning access to water and sanitation in Buenos Aires, Argentina

March 2007

CIEL and partner NGOs file an amicus curiae brief in the Biwater-Tanzania case

February 2007

American University and CIEL co-sponsor a March 21st conference to address issues and potential conflicts surrounding the Arbitration of Investment Disputes and Human Rights

February 2007

ICSID tribunal accepts civil society organizations as amici curiae in the Suez/Vivendi case

February 2007

Tribunal in Biwater v. Tanzania grants CIEL and Partners opportunity to file a written submission.

February 2007

CIEL and IISD submit proposal to the UNCITRAL Working Group on Arbitration to amend rules for disputes involving States

February 2007

CIEL participates at the World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya from 20-25 January 2007

December 2006

Civil Society Organizations request amicus curiae status, "Friend of the Court," in international arbitration proceedings against Tanzania

November 2006

CIEL calls on the World Health Organization to take a stand against bad Public Health IP provisions in Bilateral Free Trade Agreements. See our submission to the online public consultation of the historic World Health Organization Intergovernmental Working Group on Public Health, Innovation and Intellectual Property

November 2006

CIEL co-sponsors a discussion in Geneva on Access to Medicines five years after the signing of the Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health at the 2001 WTO Ministerial meeting in Qatar. (Tuesday, 14 November 2006)

October 2006

At ICNRD Conference on Democracy, CIEL stresses the importance of transparency and public participation in international institutions and processes

October 2006

 CIEL and partners welcome the second open hearings in WTO dispute settlement history and ask parties to make open hearings their policy

September 2006

 CIEL Urges UNCITRAL Member Governments to Adopt More Transparent and Participatory Arbitral Rules for Disputes Involving States

August 2006

 CIEL and partners organize Workshop on Intellectual Property and Regional Trade Agreements in Cape Town, South Africa on October 6th, 2006

July 2006

 CIEL and partners file amicus curiae brief in the Brazil - Retreaded Tyres case

July 2006

 CIEL participates in the WIPO Development Agenda Discussions held in Geneva June 26-30, 2006

June 2006

 CIEL requests that the World Trade Organization consider a web-cast public hearing in the Brazil-Retreaded Tires case

June 2006

 FTAs and sustainable development: The example of EFTA and other upcoming challenges

June 2006

 CIEL requests that the European Comission make available to the public its initial written submission to the World Trade Organization (WTO) Dispute Settlement Panel in the Brazil-Retreaded Tires case

May 2006

 On June 7, CIEL and the Berne Declaration will host a discussion on "FTAs and sustainable development: The example of EFTA and other upcoming challenges"

May 2006

 The WTO dispute panel issues its final ruling on the European Communities - Measures affecting the Approval and Marketing of Biotech Products (EC-Biotech) case

May 2006

 On May 18, CIEL co-organizes workshop in Sao Paulo, Brazil to highlight key issues in the WTO Brazil-Retreaded Tires case

March 2006

 CIEL participated in the 4th World Water Forum (WW4F) and other events, held in Mexico City

March 2006

 CIEL publishes first in-depth analysis of the EC-Biotech Interim Report

March 2006

 CIEL, American University Washington College of Law, and other partners organize workshop on "Intellectual Property, Free Trade Agreements, and Sustainable Development"

March 2006

 Results and recommendations of the EU's Sustainablity Impact Assessments must feed into trade policy-making and negotiations

February 2006

 CIEL conducts an initial legal analysis of the WTO Panel's public conclusions in the controversial GMO case

January 2006

 Environment and Trade: A Guide to WTO Jurisprudence (December 2005) is a new publication authored by CIEL lawyers, and published by Earthscan Publications Ltd.

December 2005

 CIEL participates in the Sixth World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference in Hong Kong, China

November 2005

 68 Civil society groups submit open letter slamming WTO procedural irregularities in GATS negotiations -- WTO Director General responds

October 2005

 CIEL finds the environment is left behind in Doha negotiations

October 2005

 Civil society organizations promote clear and objective guidelines for adequate access to information and public participation at the International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants

September 2005

 CIEL Attends First Open Dispute Proceedings At The World Trade Organization

July 2005

 CIEL and partner organizations urge U.S. government to ensure that intellectual property rules in the Andean FTA support the conservation and sustainable use of the unique biological resources of the Andean region

July 2005

 CIEL co-organizes discussion on the WTO's non-agricultural market access negotiations and the environment

June 2005

 ICSID Tribunal Affirms its Power to Admit Amicus Curiae Participation

April 2005

 Ensuring the incorporation of biodiversity in the World Trade Organisation

February 2005

 South Centre and CIEL IP Quarterly Update:  Fourth Quarter 2004 considers possible strategies for the intellectual property and development agenda in the WTO in 2005 and beyond

February 2005

 Aarhus Convention:  The Working Group of the Parties fails to reach agreement regarding genetically modified organisms at February 2005 meeting in Geneva

February 2005

 CIEL and its Argentine Partners request trasparency and participation in the ICSID Suez case affecting access to water and sanitation in Buenos Aires

February 2005

 CIEL Participates in Experts Meeting on the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Development Agenda and Treaty On Access To Knowledge

December 2004

 CIEL and other civil society organizations express concerns over USTR's proposed appellate mechanism in the investment chapter of the Dominican Republic / Central American - U.S. Free Trade Agreement

November 2004

 CIEL attends the Fourth Meeting of the Aarhus Convention's Working Group on Genetically Modified Organisms on 18th to 20th October, 2004

October 2004

 CIEL and the Bern Declaration organize roundtables on ways to improve compatibility of the patent system with the CBD

September 2004

 Autumn Events in the Trade & Environment Community

September 2004

 CIEL and other NGOs support the inclusion of the Development Dimension in the World Intellectual Property Organization

August 2004

 CIEL Helps Protect the Rights of Indigenous Communities Displaced by the Ralco Dam along the Upper BíoBío River in Southern Chile

June 2004

 Methanex Corporation v. United States of America, Application of Amici for Leave to File a Post-Hearing Written Submission

June 2004

 California Environmental Law Challenged by Foreign Investors Using NAFTA:  Methanex v. United States of America hearing open for public viewing begins Monday, 7 June 2004

June 2004

 Environmental, Consumer, Farm Groups Submit Amicus Brief in Controversial WTO Case Involving Genetically Modified Organisms

April 2004

 Separate Comments on the U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement

April 2004

 The South Centre/CIEL Joint Project on Intellectual Property presents its Quarterly Update of intellectual property developments in multilateral, plurilateral, and bilateral fora

March 2004

 Groups Defend California’s Right to Protect Public Health: Canadian Corporation’s NAFTA Suit Threatens State Sovereignty 

March 2004

 CIEL provides Separate Comments to TEPAC Reports on the recently completed U.S. - Australia Free Trade Agreement and the Central American Free Trade Agreement

March 2004

 Civil Society Organizations meet in preparation for the Sixth Session of the Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore at the World Intellectual Property Organization

March 2004

 CIEL and other civil society organizations express concerns over U.S. government revisions of its draft model Bilateral Investment Treaty

February 2004

 CIEL and partner organizations urge the United States Congress to oppose the recently completed Central American Free Trade Agreement, which threatens to undermine environmental protections in both the U.S. and Central America

February 2004

 In an unprecedented decision, the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes allows limited public participation in the Methanex vs. the United States case

Janaury 2004

 CIEL continues its efforts to bring greater Transparency and Public Participation to trade negotiations

January 2004

 CIEL and partners share their concerns regarding Intellectual Property in the FTAA with the Committee of Government Representatives on the occasion of the Third Issue Meeting in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

January 2004

 CIEL participates in civil society hearings in preparation for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

December 2003

 CIEL and other NGOs urge World Trade Organization Members to drop the Four Singapore Issues from the Doha work program and from the WTO negotiating agenda

November 2003

 From the investment tent at the Americas Trade and Sustainable Development Forum in Miami:  CIEL contributes to a synthesis of major concerns about investment and the FTAA

November 2003

 CIEL participates in Seminar on Environmental Subsidy Reform - How to Tackle Harmful Subsidies, to be held in Prague on November 21, 2003

November 2003

 Legal Experts Voice Concerns as Trade Ministers Meet in Miami, November 16-21

November 2003

 CIEL and World Wildlife Fund presented GATS, Water and the Environment: Implications of the General Agreement on Trade in Services for Water Resources at the GATS, Water and the Environment Workshop on November 4th in Geneva, Switzerland

October 2003

 CIEL expresses concerns over the proposed Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline project to the International Finance Corporation and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

October 2003

 Moving Forward from Cancun:  Conference on the Global Governance of Trade, Environment and Sustainable Development, October 30 - 31, 2003 in Berlin, Germany; A background paper is available (in PDF format)

September 2003

 Will the World Trade Organization deliver on its promises to promote environmentally sustainable development at its 10-14 September Meeting in Cancun, Mexico?

September 2003

 CIEL Focuses on the relationship between Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property at the Upcoming Global Biodiversity Forum in Cancun, Mexico

August 2003

 CIEL Signs on to Letter to USTR's Ambassador Zoellick to Oppose the Initiation of Investment Negotiations within the World Trade Organization

July 2003  CIEL and other civil society groups launch campaign denouncing the lack of Internal Transparency in the run up to the WTO's 5th Ministerial Conference in Cancun this September

July 2003

 Civil society groups call on the European Union to withdraw its demands for the expansion of the World Trade Organization at the upcoming Fifth Ministerial Conference in Mexico

July 2003

 U.S. - Chile and U.S. - Singapore Free Trade Agreements Are Wrong Models for the Environment
June 2003

 "Challenges Ahead on the Road to Cancun" previews issues surrounding the WTO 5th Ministerial Conference<
June 2003

 CIEL sends letter to USTR's Ambassador Zoellick regarding potential inclusion of the grant of jurisdiction in the Free Trade Area of the Americas
June 2003

 CIEL to attend "Challenges Ahead on the Road to Cancun", a symposium sponsored by the World Trade Organization on issues facing the multilateral trading system
June 2003

CIEL presents a paper on Corporate Accountability and Foreign Investment on the occasion of the fifth Ministerial Conference “Environment for Europe” in Kiev, Ukraine.
May 2003

 CIEL signs on to civil society declaration calling for No Investment Negotiations at the World Trade Organization
April 2003

 NAFTA Environmental Commission documents U.S. failure to enforce Migratory Bird Law Against Loggers
April 2003

 CIEL releases publications analyzing aspects and problems of current International Trade Negotiations
April 2003

 Investment, Sustainable Development and the World Trade Organization:  Allies or Antagonists?
April 2003

 Over sixty civil society organizations call for greater transparency and public participation in President Bush's Central American Free Trade Area negotiations
March 2003

 CIEL Hosts Meetings on the nature of implications to a WTO Investment Agreement
March 2003

 Peoples World Water Forum proposes alternatives to and recommendations for the trend to liberalize and privatize water services
February, 2003

 CIEL expresses concern regarding the TEPAC Report on the recently completed U.S. Free Trade Agreement with Chile and Singapore<
February, 2003

 CIEL reports back on its workshops on Trade & Investment and Human Rights & the Environment held at the World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, Brazil, from January 23 - 28, 2003
February 2003

 Secretive World Bank Tribunal bans public and media participation in Bechtel lawsuit over access to water
February 2003

 CIEL and IISD welcome comments on their joint working paper The State Of Trade Law And The Environment: Key Issues For The Next Decade
January 2003

 Bush Administration finally complies with court order to Release US-Chile Free Trade Pact Documents
December 2002

 Court Orders Bush Administration Must Give Trade Documents to the Public

November 2002

 CIEL and other NGOs call on Trade Ministers to reject unofficial and exclusive Mini-Ministerials and Green Room Meetings prior to and during the World Trade Organization's Fifth Ministerial
October 2002

 CIEL and other Environmental Organizations express concern over the Doha Multilateral Trade Negotiations and Agenda in the World Trade Organization
October 2002

 Environmental NGOs submit letter to Congressional Oversight Group on Trade Policy
October 2002

 Environmental Organizations petition U.S. Ambassador Zoellick regarding the General Treatment Provision in upcoming United States - Chile free trade agreement negotiations

September 2002

 Roundtable and Reception:  The Road to Cancun - Implications of the World Trade Organization's 5th Ministerial Meeting
September 2002

 CIEL, Oxfam and IATP announce Statement on Investment for the 16 - 17 September World Trade Organization Investment Meeting
August 2002

 CIEL publishes Issue Briefs for the World Summit on Sustainable Development
August 2002

 CIEL and Earthjustice File Petition on behalf of Bolivian partners and others in the investment dispute stemming from the "Water War" in Cochabamba, Bolivia
August 2002

 CIEL Comments on the Draft Plan of Implementation for the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa, from 25 August to 4 September 2002
August 2002

 CIEL announces its schedule of Side Events at the World Summit on Sustainable Development

July 2002

 U.S. Fast Track Conference Bill Neither Reflects America's Environmental Values nor Addresses Fundamental Problems with Investment Rules
June 2002

 CIEL and WWF urge WTO Members to Adjust Current GATS Negotiations to Conduct a Thorough and Transparent Assessment of Services Trade Liberalization
May 2002

 CIEL and Other Non-Governmental Organizations Hold Workshop on Trade, Competition, and Investment at the International Environment House in Geneva, Switzerland
May 2002

 CIEL comments on the revised Chairman's Paper to be negotiated at the fourth preparatory meeting for the upcoming World Summit on Sustainable Development
April 2002

 Public Services Under the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)- Aren't They Worth Protecting?
February 2002

 Conference on Sustainable Development in the New Round:  Trade, Investment and Environment After Doha
February 2002

 CIEL and Other Groups Call on President Bush to Attend Upcoming World Summit on Sustainable Development
February 2002

 Intervention by World Conservation Union and the Center for International Environmental Law with Respect to Contractual Clauses on the Access to Genetic Resources and Traditional knowledge
February 2002

 Intervention by the World Conservation Union and the Center for International Environmental Law on the Agenda item on Traditional Knowledge as Prior Art

February 2002

 Read the Open Letter on the March 2002 WTO Symposium on Assessment in Trade of Services

January 2002

 International Anti-toxics Groups Urge Canadian Government to Resist Industry's Challenge of Pesticide Ban (A U.S. press release prepared by the Pesticide Action Network is also available)

December 2001

 CIEL and World Wildlife Fund call for Capacity Building and Technical Assistance for services trade assessment

October 2001

 Open Letter on Institutional Reforms in the WTO

October 2001

 Understanding Fast Track:  Key Environmental Problems with the Thomas Bill

August 2001

 Reject the Trade Promotion Act of 2001.

August 2001

 CIEL signs on to comments on the proposed US-Chile Free Trade Agreement. This doucment is also available in Spanish.

August 2001

 View NAFTA Investor Rights Plus: An Analysis of the draft Investment Chapter of the Free Trade Area of the Americas. This document is also available in Spanish.

August 2001

 CIEL releases Comments on the Upcoming WTO Ministerial in Doha, Qatar.

July 2001

 Preparing for the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development:  UNEP's Regional Office for North America (RONA), in cooperation CIEL, is seeking comments and inputs relating to International Environmental Governance (IEG).

May 2001

 Environmentalists release 'Principles for Environmentally Responsible Trade' to Congress. A Spanish version of this document is also available.

March 2001

  CIEL sues the United States Trade Representative for hiding documents, hampering protection of domestic environment and health laws.

 

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