Oceana's website reports on a visit by the WTO's Director General, Pascal Lamy, to the headquarters of this organisation.
According to the post in "The Beacon" (a blog in Oceana's website) Mr Lamy participated in a roundtable discussion with ten environmental organisations focusing "on promoting an open and active dialogue about trade and the environment and the WTO’s ability to address both."
The only "trade and environment" subject that appears in the blog's post is fisheries subsidies.
I wonder whether other "trade and environment" subjects, currently negotiated in the context of the WTO's Doha Round, were discussed during the meeting. I am thinking here of the negotiations on the reduction or elimination of tariff and non-tariff barriers to "environmental goods and services". Examples of environmental goods and services: waste management tools, catalytic converters, air filters, biofuels, or consultancy services on wastewater management.
Another subject being negotiated under the trade and environment chapter are the relations between the WTO and the so called "Multilateral Environmental Agreements" or MEAs.
Here is the link to the post in Oceana's blog "The Beacon" on Mr Lamy's meeting with US environmental NGOs.