Designing national pesticide legislation


by
Jessica Vapnek
Isabella Pagotto
Margaret Kwoka

for the
Development Law Service
FAO Legal Office

FAO
LEGISLATIVE
STUDY
97

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2007


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

I PART (853 Kb)

PRÉFACE

I. INTRODUCTION

II. INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORK

III. THE DESIGN OF A NATIONAL PESTICIDE LAW

IV. CHANGING THE NATIONAL POLICY AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK

V. CONCLUSION

II PART (394 Kb)

REFERENCES

INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS

ANNEX: SELECTED FAO GUIDELINES TO THE CODE OF CONDUCT