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xxii, 397 p. ; 24 cm.
  • International law as a language for international relations-- environmental equity and international law-- implementation of environmental convention - a regional perspective-- trade provisions in multilateral environmental agreements-- avoidance, prevention and settlement of environmental disputes-- liability for environmental damage-- human rights, environment and development-- indigenous people's rights and environmental law-- UNEP's programmatic approach towards the development and periodic review of environmental law-- UNEP's programme of assistance on national legislation and institutions-- capacity building in environmental law-- emerging trends in national environmental legislation in developing countries-- partnership in action - UNEP/UNDP joint project on environmental law in Africa-- protection of the marine environment from land-based activities-- environmental law and international trade in hazardous chemicals-- environmental impact assessment legislation in developing countries-- application of environmental norms by military establishments-- foreign investment and international environmental law-- criminal law and environmental management-- UNEP's environmental law information services.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789280715248 20160528
In the 50 years since the creation of the UN, international law has expanded in scope and undergone significant changes. Among these changes is the development of international environmental law. This branch of law has also developed from a purely environmental form to a more dynamic system which seeks to advance the process of human development based on sustainability. This book discusses the development of environmental law at both national and international levels in the direction of sustainable development. Included are a collection of articles written by legal authorities on a range of contemporary issues in the field of environmental law. It examines UNCED, especially Agenda 21, and seeks to provide pointers to the development of environmental law for sustainable development in the post-Rio period, based on empirical studies. It also provides an intellectual input for the advancement of this process.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789280715248 20160528
Green Library
Book
xxii, 397 p. ; 24 cm.
  • International law as a language for international relations-- environmental equity and international law-- implementation of environmental convention - a regional perspective-- trade provisions in multilateral environmental agreements-- avoidance, prevention and settlement of environmental disputes-- liability for environmental damage-- human rights, environment and development-- indigenous people's rights and environmental law-- UNEP's programmatic approach towards the development and periodic review of environmental law-- UNEP's programme of assistance on national legislation and institutions-- capacity building in environmental law-- emerging trends in national environmental legislation in developing countries-- partnership in action - UNEP/UNDP joint project on environmental law in Africa-- protection of the marine environment from land-based activities-- environmental law and international trade in hazardous chemicals-- environmental impact assessment legislation in developing countries-- application of environmental norms by military establishments-- foreign investment and international environmental law-- criminal law and environmental management-- UNEP's environmental law information services.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789280715248 20160528
In the 50 years since the creation of the UN, international law has expanded in scope and undergone significant changes. Among these changes is the development of international environmental law. This branch of law has also developed from a purely environmental form to a more dynamic system which seeks to advance the process of human development based on sustainability. This book discusses the development of environmental law at both national and international levels in the direction of sustainable development. Included are a collection of articles written by legal authorities on a range of contemporary issues in the field of environmental law. It examines UNCED, especially Agenda 21, and seeks to provide pointers to the development of environmental law for sustainable development in the post-Rio period, based on empirical studies. It also provides an intellectual input for the advancement of this process.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789280715248 20160528
Law Library (Crown)

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