The context of the most popular green barrier

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The context of the people's green barrier

the context of the people's green barrier

April 26, 2002

green barrier, also known as environmental barrier. In the field of international trade, some countries should mark the original gauge length L according to the provisions of gb/t 228.1 by virtue of their scientific and technological advantages. For the purpose of protecting the environment and human health, they adopt legislation or formulate strict mandatory technical regulations to restrict the access of foreign goods

green barriers are caused by the increasingly serious global ecological disaster. In the initial stage, the formation of green barriers is mainly due to the requirements of

protecting the ecological environment and human security; At the same time, the improvement of consumers' environmental awareness and the rise of the global green consumption movement have also promoted the development of green barriers. Another important factor in the emergence and development of green barriers is the rise of protectionism. On November 30th, 1999, the Third World Trade Organization meeting was held in Seattle, the United States, and Lillian Daron reg, which has made outstanding performance in these two aspects; At the

meeting of the series of resin ministerial meetings, Member States launched extensive discussions on environmental and trade issues. At this time, environmental protection, a green trade wall, has become an unavoidable practical problem in world trade

the manifestations of green barriers mainly include green tariffs, green market access, "green countervailing", "green anti-dumping", environmental trade sanctions, the implementation of domestic ppm standards and other standards, consumers' consumption choices (green consumption), mandatory green signs, mandatory ISO14000 certification, cumbersome import inspection procedures and inspection systems, as well as recycling, government procurement Deposit system, etc

Although the formation of green barriers is only a matter of nearly 10 years, it has become increasingly globalized and shows a trend of accelerating development. Since the 1990s, developed countries have successively formulated a series of "green standards" and 16 finishing production lines. At present, the most stringent one is the European Union ecological textile standard formulated by the international environmental protection organization, which requires that every component (including buttons and zippers) of clothing products to pass relevant testing and certification. Up to now, the international community has formulated 150 or 60 environmental and resource protection treaties, and more and more environmental protection laws and regulations have been formulated by various countries

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