Taxes Versus Tradable Discharge Permits: A Review in the Light of the US and European Experience

by Charles W. Howe

Jan 1, 1994
In the report, the independent expert begins by outlining the international and domestic legal framework on the rights to water and sanitation. She then makes a general assessment of the enjoyment of the rights to water and sanitation in the United States of America, looking specifically at the following issues: sanitation, safety, affordability and excluded groups. This assessment is then underpinned by an analysis of the right to non- discrimination and equality. The last section examines United States official development assistance in the area of water and sanitation. She concludes the report with recommendations addressed to the Government.
Taxes Versus Tradable Discharge Permits: A Review in the Light of the US and European Experience


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