International environmental agreements between developing countries only: learning from the Brazil–Uruguay case over the suspicion of acid rain
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- Miranda Schreurs, 2005. "Global Environment Threats and a Divided Northern Community," International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, Springer, vol. 5(3), pages 349-376, September.
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KeywordsAir Pollution; Environmental agreements; Bilateral agreement; Implementation; Transboundary pollution; Uruguay; Brazil; Mercosul; Mercosur; Latin America; Bilateral negotiation; Developing countries;
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