Canada-Costa Rica environment agreement

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The Canada - Costa Rica Agreement on Environmental Cooperation (CCRAEC) is the environmental side agreement to the Canada - Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement. The CCRAEC was signed by Canada and Costa Rica on April 23rd 2001 and entered into force on November 1st 2002

The CCRAEC creates a framework to better conserve, protect and enhance the environment of the two countries through cooperation and effective enforcement of environmental laws.

View the activities and reports for 2003-2004 which include:

  • July 5th - 16th 2004 - Fact Gathering Mission on Innovative Instruments of Environmental Management
  • June 11th 2004 - First Public Meeting of the Parties under the Canada - Costa Rica Agreement on Environmental Cooperation
  • June 9th and 10th 2004 - Canada and Costa Rica Public Workshop and a Government Round Table Discussion on Trade and Environment
  • March 24th 2004 - Environment Canada Sponsoring a Detailed Study of Costa Rica’s Chemical Management Capacity
  • December 4th and 5th 2003 -- Canada and Costa Rica Hold a Consultative Workshop on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers

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