The DSD worked with organizations such as the Peruvian Society of Environmental Law (SPDA), the Colombian Institute for Environmental Law (ICDA) and the Ecuadorian Center for Environmental Law (CEDA) to conduct national environmental assessments in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. These assessments focused on examining the extent to which domestic markets in the region were likely to change as barriers to trade fell, as well as the environmental consequences that might be anticipated from these economically driven effects. In addition, the models examined regulatory effects and ways in which legal and institutional frameworks (domestic and regional) could address these changes. These analyses aimed to provide Member States with capacity building options and realistic policy alternatives that contributed to the environmental sustainability of trade expansion for the region. The reports are available below only in Spanish.