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Investigating Regulatory Chill: Understanding Contemporary Constraints on Regulatory Decision-Making to Protect the Environment

Investigating Regulatory Chill: Understanding Contemporary Constraints on Regulatory Decision-Making to Protect the Environment

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

The research aimed to critically investigate the role of investor rights provisions in trade and investment agreements in the ability and/or willingness of Canadian law makers to enact tough environmental laws. The research focused on trade and investment regimes and how they affected regulatory decision-making with respect to the environment, primarily in cases of resource extraction.

Researcher: Dayna Nadine Scott

Project Theme: Resource Management

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