NOTICES

  • INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION ISSUES-2000, JUNE 8-9, 2000, CLEVELAND, OHIO, USA

Twenty-two speakers from six countries made presentations at the conference and over 70 participants attended the conference. The conference was sponsored by Cleveland State University, The University of Akron, Walsh University, and the World Trade Center-Cleveland. Selected papers from the Conference are published in Critical Issues in International Environmental Taxation discussed below. For information on the 2000 conference, please email Larry Kreiser at l.kreiser@csuohio.edu.

  • 2nd ANNUAL GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION ISSUES-EXPERIENCE AND POTENTIAL, APRIL 1-3, 2001, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

Thirty-five speakers from eleven countries made presentations at the 2nd conference and over 100 participants attended the conference. The conference was sponsored by Cleveland State University, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, and the Government of British Columbia. Selected papers from the conference are published in Critical Issues in International Environmental Taxation discussed below. For information on the 2001 conference, please email Larry Kreiser at l.kreiser@csuohio.edu.

  • 3rd ANNUAL GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION ISSUES-EXPERIENCE AND POTENTIAL, APRIL 12-13, 2002, WOODSTOCK, VERMONT, USA

Fifty-two speakers from twenty-one countries made presentations at the 3rd conference and over 100 participants attended the conference. The conference was sponsored by the Vermont Law School, USA, University of Leuven, Belgium, The Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania, USA, Joint Research Center of the European Commission, Italy, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, and Cleveland State University, USA. Selected papers from the conference are being published in Critical Issues in International Environmental Taxation, Volume II discussed below. Information on the 2002 conference can be obtained at www.vermontlaw.edu/elc/envirotax.cfm. For additional information, please email Janet Milne at jmilne@vermontlaw.edu.

  • 4th ANNUAL GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION ISSUES-EXPERIENCE AND POTENTIAL, JUNE 2003, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA

Information on the 2003 conference can be obtained at www.law.mq.edu.au/eti. For additional information, please email Hope Ashiabor at hope.ashiabor@mq.edu.au.

  • CRITICAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION, CCH INCORPORATED, PUBLISHED MARCH 2002, 594 pages

"Critical Issues" contains twenty-five articles on environmental taxation issues written by authors from eight countries. Some of the papers have been previously presented at the environmental taxation conferences. The objective of the publication is to provide information on various kinds of environmental taxation issues which exist around the world so that effective approaches used in one country may be considered and possibly implemented by governmental authorities in other countries. Copies of "Critical Issues" can be ordered on the Internet at www.cch.com. Click on ordering products, and insert the key words "environmental taxation."

  • ·CRITICAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION, VOLUME II, CCH INCORPORATED, ESTIMATED PUBLICATION DATE - 2003

Volume II of "Critical Issues" will contain twenty-seven articles on environmental taxation issues written by thirty-eight authors from fifteen different countries. The estimated publication date of Volume II is 2003. Additional information on volume II can be obtained from Larry Kreiser, Editor, at l.kreiser@csuohio.edu.

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