ETOs apply to many (policy) areas and contexts. Already in 2014, the ETO Consortium published two brochures.
The first one is on Extraterritorial Obligations in the Context of Eco-destruction and Climate Change, prepared by Greenpeace and the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL), both members of the ETO Consortium.
The second one is entitled Extraterritorial Obligations in the Context of International Financial Institutions, prepared by the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (GI-ESCR) with the support of Amnesty International, both members of the ETO Consortium.
If you want to read more analyses about ETOs in many different (policy) fields, areas, contexts, and regional human rights systems, we refer you to the Routledge Handbook on Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations (which is entirely open access).