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Measures Relating to Biofuels Made From Pine Cones

Sindy Castro

on 15 March 2011

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ISSUES STAKEHOLDERS UNHAPPY FURRY MARMOT BIOFUELS Ecoland Forestland The world largest producer of Biofuels from pine cones. FORESTFUEL The world largest producer of Biofuels from recycled vegetable-based cooking oil. RECYCLOFUEL Developing Country ECTR The Ecoland Carbon Taxation Regulation GATT General Agreements on Tariffs and Trade Article I
Article III:2 SCM Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures Part II
Prohibited Subsidies Article 3
Prohibition Article 3.1 (b) ECOLABELING REGULATION Conventional Gasoline 20% Sales tax Biofuels 10% Sales tax 3% Additional (ForestFuel) Ecosystem Protection Act (2005) Mandatory ecolabeling of products produced with machinery that uses biofuels GATT General Agreements on Tariffs and Trade Article I
Article III:4 TBT Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade Developed Country Forestland Machinery Inc. EEPA TECHNICAL REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS Article 2.1
Article 2.2
Article 2.4 Invented a device that can be used to adapt any machine to use ForestFuel at a very low cost (the ForestFuel Converter). ECOLAND PATENT ACT Section 66.6 Excludes from patentability “inventions, the prevention of the commercial exploitation of which is necessary to protect order public or morality, including to protect human, animal or plant life or health or to avoid serious prejudice to the environment” TRIPS Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Section 5: Patent Article 27
Patentable Subject Matter INCONSISTENCIES ECOLAND WTO Member
GWA Signatory
6 Digits tariff classification WTO Member
GAPTS Signatory (Global Agreement for the Protection of Threatened Species)
GWA Signatory (Global Warming Agreement)
Uses 8 digits tariff classification The Ecoland Ecosystem Protection Agency (EEPA) provides certification on the basis of the information provided by the suppliers and the available scientific evidence regarding the emissions produced by various biofuel refinement processes. Biofuel suppliers may request an on-site inspection of their production facilities ECOLAND FORESTLAND 3% Additional Tax for ForestFuel

ForestFuel Converter Patent

Ecolabeling Regulation STAKES ECOLAND FORESTLAND INTERESTS ECOLAND FORESTLAND Introduce furry marmots from other countries

Reduce carbon emmisions by 20% over 20 years

Specific classification of biofuels Reduce carbon emmisions by 20% over 20 years

Specific rules about preservation of forests

BVR-Biofueled Vehicles Regulation

BMR-Biofueled Machinery Regulation Increased carbon emissions caused by deforestation

Decreased demand of ForestFuel 3% Additional Tax for ForestFuel

Ecolabeling of Products

ForestFuel Converter

Furry Marmot from other countries Tourism

Ecolandian Fir forest lost

Furry marmot FRAMEWORK Fuel Producers Fuel Consumers NGO-Greenpeace SKi Resorts OFFER PACKAGE Artticle 27:1 The Ecoland Carbon Taxation Regulation (ECTR) seeks to reduce carbon emissions from both conventional fossil fuels and biofuels. By Forestland ECOLAND Furry Marmot from other countries 3% Additional Tax for ForestFuel Promote Economic Development Ecoland is a Developing Country ECTR Ecoland Carbon Taxation Regulation Imposed by GATT General Agreements on Tariffs and Trade Article 1 Exception: GATT allows members to apply preferential tariff rates, or zero tariff rates, to products coming from these countries while still having higher rates for like products from other countries. This exception is designed to help promote economic development where it is most needed. Most Favoured Nation Ecolabeling of Products HAPPY FURRY MARMOT RECYCLOFUEL FURRY MARMOT UNFRIENDLY FOSSIL FUELS FORESTFUEL RECYCLOFUEL FORESTFUEL FOSSIL FUELS Increased 8% Stagnated Decrease 10% Scientific Proof of Decreased Contamination ForestFuel must comply with GAPTS and GWA Develop a RecycloFuel Converter Decrease Contamination Forestland is not GAPTS member They have to protect the enviroment Allow transportation and allocation of Furry Marmots from Forestland DAVID HINCAPIE
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