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xxii, 302 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: Concepts and principles
  • Historical background : formative phases of international organization during the pre-UN period
  • UN involvement with natural resource management at the national and transboundary levels
  • Management of the global commons
  • The international architecture for environmental governanace and global resource management
  • Natural resoures and armed conflict
  • The role of the International Court of Justice in the settlement of natural resource disputes
  • The UN's conceptual contribution : conclusions and challenges.
Since 1945, the UN has been actively engaged in conceptualizing strategies for both economic development and a sustainable environment. From a broad historical perspective, "Development without Destruction" sketches the role played by organizations and individuals in the UN system in developing and consolidating principles of international law and international governance with respect to natural resource management. Nico Schrijver highlights the UN's efforts to generate and implement strategies to resolve tensions between economic development and environmental protection, conservation and exploitation, sovereignty and internationalism, and armed conflict and peaceful access to natural resources. Schrijver's thorough analysis is an indispensable guide to management of the critical environmental issues on today's global agenda.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780253354884 20160604
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxii, 302 p. ; 25 cm.
  • List of Tables and Figures-- Series Editors' Foreword Louis Emmerij, Richard Jolly, and Thomas G. Weiss-- Foreword-- Acknowledgements-- List of Abbreviations Introduction: Concepts and Principles-- 1. Historical Background: Formative Phases of International Organization during the Pre-UN Period-- 2. UN Involvement with Natural Resource Management at the National and Transboundary Levels-- 3. Management of the Global Commons-- 4. The International Architecture for Environmental Governance and Global Resource Management-- 5. Natural Resources and Armed Conflict-- 6. The Role of the International Court of Justice in the Settlement of Natural Resource Disputes-- 7. The UN's Conceptual Contribution: Conclusions and Challenges Notes-- Index-- About the Authors-- About the Series.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780253354884 20160604
Since 1945, the UN has been actively engaged in conceptualizing strategies for both economic development and a sustainable environment. From a broad historical perspective, "Development without Destruction" sketches the role played by organizations and individuals in the UN system in developing and consolidating principles of international law and international governance with respect to natural resource management. Nico Schrijver highlights the UN's efforts to generate and implement strategies to resolve tensions between economic development and environmental protection, conservation and exploitation, sovereignty and internationalism, and armed conflict and peaceful access to natural resources. Schrijver's thorough analysis is an indispensable guide to management of the critical environmental issues on today's global agenda.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780253354884 20160604
Green Library

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