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Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

COM/TAD/ENV/JWPTE(2009)7/ANN

22-May-2009 ____________________________________________________________

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TRADE AND AGRICULTURE DIRECTORATE ENVIRONMENT DIRECTORATE

COM/TAD/ENV/JWPTE(2009)7/ANNFor Official Use
English - Or. English

Joint Working Party on Trade and Environment

COUNTING CARBON IN THE MARKETPLACE: PART II – CASE STUDIES

Paris, 8 and 11 June 2009

Purpose and action required: This paper discusses the rationale, context, coverage and characteristics of three types of standards relating to the carbon footprints for internationally traded products. It issubmitted for discussion and guidance. Timing: As foreseen in the Scoping Paper [COM/TAD/ENV/JWPTE(2008)58], the first draft of this report is to be discussed at the June 2009 meeting of the JWPTE. The case studies will also be circulated to the Global Forum on Trade as consultants' reports. Consultants' reports do not necessarily reflect the views of the OECD or of its Member countries.Link to programme of work and resource implications: This study was foreseen in the 2009-10 PWB under output area 313, “Trade and Environment”. It has been funded by existing Part I resources, augmented by voluntary contributions. Co-operation and context: Besides the Environment Directorate, this work has been undertaken in consultation with the International Trade Centre and the World Bank.Contacts: Ronald Steenblik, tel: +(33-1) 45 24 95 29; email: ronald.steenblik@oecd.org Ysé Serret, tel: +(33-1) 45 24 13 83; email: yse.serret@oecd.org

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COM/TAD/ENV/JWPTE(2009)7/ANN

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EUROPEAN ORGANIC STANDARD SETTINGORGANISATIONS AND CLIMATE-CHANGE STANDARDS ................................................................................................................................................ 4 Organic standards, public regulation and market access ............................................................................. 6 Case studies................................................................................................................................................. 7 Bio-Suisse and Migros Bio ...................................................................................................................... 7 The Soil Asssociation .............................................................................................................................. 8 KRAV andpartners (henceforth KRAV a.p.)........................................................................................ 11 Development of the scheme................................................................................................................... 12 Scheme design....................................................................................................................................... 13 Perceived and actual impacts and stakeholder reactions ....................................................................... 14 Responses by scheme sponsors to concerns raised by stakeholders ...................................................... 14 Discussion and Conclusions...................................................................................................................... 15 REFERENCES ............................................................................................................................................. 16 Interviews .................................................................................................................................................. 17 JAPAN’S CARBON FOOTPRINT SYSTEM...
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