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This front matter section of this book E-Cycling: Linking Trade and Environmental Law in the EC and the U.S. contains a table of contents, a foreword and acknowledgments. The book weaves together three broad societal movements that significantly define the context of the present age: (1) trade liberalization as a driver of economic integration across countries and the globalization of the world economy (2) the emergence of an Information Age where computer power and telecommunications technologies are being deployed across a great many applications, and (3) the environmental movement with its urgent call for attention to the limits of nature and the need to address the pollution by-products of industrial activity.

Keywords: economic integration; environmental law; telecommunications technologies; trade liberalization

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