Human health and the environment are undoubtedly connected.
"Environmentally Sound Technologies" have been developed to prevent
and mitigate degradations of both the environment, thereby
protecting the health of the populations living in those
environments. If there may be a general consensus on the necessity
to use ESTs in order to protect the environment, the question of
the transfer and accessibility of these technologies to developing
countries has been at issue. The international property law regime,
particularly the TRIPS Agreement, has been accused of jeopardizing
the effective access of WTO developing country Members to
technologies essential to the protection of environment, and
indirectly affects the health of their populations. This thesis
will discuss how WTO developing country Members could outweigh
their obligations under the TRIPS Agreement and adopt a human
rights-based approach in order to access ESTs and ensure their
population's health through the prevention and mitigation of
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