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An initial attempt to appraise the environmental guidelines of world industry associations was undertaken by UNCTAD in in its report entitled. Self-Regulation of Environmental Management: An Analysis of Guidelines set by World Industry Associations for their Member Firms. This monograph is an update of the Self-Regulation Report. Self-regulation can take many forms. There is a distinction between individual self-regulation and self-regulation by groups. Also economic self-regulation and social self-regulation must be distinguished, the first being concerned with the control of the market and the second with the damaging consequences of industrialization.3Cited by: 2. SELF-REGULATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 1 Rob van Gestel2 Readers are reminded that this work is protected by copyright. While they are free to use the ideas expressed in it, they may not copy, distribute or publish the work or part of it, in any form, printed, electronic or otherwise, except for reasonable quoting, clearly indicating the source. number of initiatives to contribute to environmental protection has appeared from the civil society or private sector. These are different from traditional governmental regulation and indicate some form of self-regulation. One of the most prominent examples are self-regulation through environmental .
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