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xiii, 238 pages ; 24 cm
  • Property rights and the regulation of immigrant labour
  • Private property relations and regulating the immigration-labour nexus
  • Private law, private property arrangements and inclusivity
  • Substantive inequality to contract?
  • Agents, pirates or slavers
  • Regulatory preferencing : a comparative study.
In this revealing comparative study, Mark Findlay examines the problematic nexus between undervalued labour and vulnerable migration status in dis-embedded markets. It highlights the frustrations raised by timeless regulatory failure and the chronic complicity of private property arrangements in delivering unsustainable market engagement. Findlay identifies the challenge for normative and functional foundations of equitable governance, by repositioning regulatory principle, to restore dignity to market relations. The accountability of property through wider access and inclusion, it is argued, grounds commodified occupation as a vitally valuable social bond in which workers are empowered to participate rather than suffer exploitation. The comparative analysis of the EU and ASEAN regulatory contexts reveals that it is not simply more regulatory activity, but rather its reversion from market interests to human values, which will advance sustainability. Property, Labour and Legal Regulation offers an insightful, critical analysis of crucial contemporary issues facing social administrators, lawyers and policy makers working in the fields of migration, labour law and regulation. Its broad disciplinary coverage lends itself to students of law and regulation who will benefit from this unique evaluation of private property, labour relations and migration exclusivity.
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xi, 334 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Responsible investing in an unsustainable world
  • The influence of responsible investment
  • Fiduciary finance law
  • Fiduciary law in retail and institutional finance
  • Sovereign wealth funds
  • The public fiduciary : in nature's trust.
This book is about fiduciary law's influence on the financial economy's environmental performance, focusing on how the law affects responsible investing and considering possible legal reforms to shift financial markets closer towards sustainability. Fiduciary law governs how trustees, fund managers or other custodians administer the investment portfolios owned by beneficiaries. Written for a diverse audience, not just legal scholars, the book examines in a multi-jurisdictional context an array of philosophical, institutional and economic issues that have shaped the movement for responsible investing and its legal framework. Fiduciary law has acquired greater influence in the financial economy in tandem with the extraordinary recent growth of institutional funds such as pension plans and insurance company portfolios. While the fiduciary prejudice against responsible investing has somewhat waned in recent years, owing mainly to reinterpretations of fiduciary and trust law, significant barriers remain. This book advances the notion of 'nature's trust' to metaphorically signal how fiduciary responsibility should accommodate society's dependence on long-term environmental well-being. Financial institutions, managing vast investment portfolios on behalf of millions of beneficiaries, should manage those investments with regard to the broader social interest in sustaining ecological health. Even for their own financial self-interest, investors over the long-term should benefit from maintaining nature's capital. We should expect everyone to act in nature's trust, from individual funds to market regulators. The ancient public trust doctrine could be refashioned for stimulating this change, and sovereign wealth funds should take the lead in pioneering best practices for environmentally responsible investing.
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x, 330 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction / Michael Faure, Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan and I Made Budi Arsika
  • Eco- and sustainable tourism : keywords for contemporary and responsible tourism? / Regine Van Hoecke and Alain Fremaut
  • Discovering the spirit of Bali / Jan Hendrik Peters and Wisnu Wardana
  • How learning methods help students understand the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism (GCET) : a survey on Hospitality and Tourism Higher Education Institution in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia / Heri Puspito Diyah Setiyorini
  • Principles and philosophy of tourism development : Indonesia Tourism Law No. 10, Year 2009, Case Study / I Gede Ardika
  • Incorporating the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism into the curriculum of legal education in Indonesia : an exploratory study / I Made Budi Arsika
  • National treatment principle of General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) in Indonesia's tourism regulation / I Gusti Ngurah Parikesit Widiatedja
  • Legal aspects of child sex tourism in Southeast Asian countries / Ahmad Sofian
  • Remedying insolvency situations : analyzing available mechanisms in the travel sector / Michael Faure and Franziska Weber
  • Micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises' regulation and its implementation in supporting tourism in Bali, Indonesia / R.A. Retno Murni and Michael Faure
  • Developing small- and medium-sized tourism enterprises through venture capital : risks, liability and the shifting of mission / I Ketut Westra
  • Reflecting on tourism activities in Bali : a discourse on communal rights, culture and Hindu values / Tjok Istri Putra Astiti and I Ketut Sudantra
  • Ecotourism and sustainable development in Setu Babakan Betawi Cultural Village / Deni Bram, Utji Sri Wulandari and Zaitun Abdullah
  • The role of the customary village in cultural tourism with environmental vision (case study on the development of tourism village in Bongkasa Pertiwi Village, Badung Regency
  • Bali) / I Wayan Gde Wiryawan, I Wayan Wiasta, I Nyoman Edi Irawan and Dewi Bunga
  • The implementation of distribution of people's priority rights in and around the Bedugul Tourism Destination / I Wayan Dana Ardika and Dewi Bunga
  • Corporate responsibility and corporate crime control in the tourism industry / Grat van den Heuvel and Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan
  • Violations of rules regulating the space layout of Bali Province as a consequence of the construction of hotels and restaurants in Badung Regency / Ni Nyoman Sukeni
  • The relation between foreign tourists' visits and the level of narcotics crime in Bali and its prevention / Ida Bagus Surya Dharma Jaya
  • Comparative and concluding remarks / Michael Faure, Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan and I Made Budi Arsika
The central focus of this book is the interaction between law and tourism with a view to attaining sustainable tourism. This book aims to achieve that goal by approaching law and tourism from various angles. On the one hand, sustainable tourism will be put in a broader context by, for example, outlining the principles and philosophy of sustainable tourism, but also explaining how principles of sustainable tourism can be taught through educational programmes in developing countries. The question therefore arises as to how that Global Code could also be integrated in legal teaching. There are, moreover, many examples in developing countries of successful sustainable tourism. To provide concrete examples of those success stories and to critically analyze them, we focus on one particular case, the case of Indonesia, and cite cases of sustainable tourism (strongly focusing on how law and legal rules have contributed to sustainable tourism) mostly on the islands of Java and Bali.
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265 p. ; 18 cm.
In a relatively short time the concept of 'sustainable development' has become firmly established in the field of international law. The World Commission on Environment and Development concisely defined sustainable development as follows: 'development that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs'. This definition takes into account the needs of both the present and future generations as well as the capacity of the earth and its natural resources which by clear implication should not be depleted by a small group of people (in industrialized countries).The aim of this book is threefold: to review the genesis and to clarify the meaning of the concept of sustainable development, as well as to assess its status within public international law. Furthermore, it examines the legal principles that have emerged in the pursuit of sustainable development. Lastly, it assesses to what extent the actual evolution of law demonstrates the balance and integration with all pertinent fields of international law as urged by the Rio, Johannesburg, and World Summit documents. This is the second volume in the "Hague Acadeny of International Law Pocket Book" series; it contains the text of the course given at the Hague Academy by Professor Schrijver in 2007.
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xxxvii, 711 p. ; 25 cm.
Schrijver (Vrije U., Amsterdam) and Weiss (U. of Amsterdam) have both served on committees of the International Law Association (ILA). In introducing this volume of 27 contributions, the editors situate "sustainable development" as a concept that has matured into a normative legal standard accepted by countries and international organizations. Chap.
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xxxvii, 711 p. ; 25 cm.
Schrijver (Vrije U., Amsterdam) and Weiss (U. of Amsterdam) have both served on committees of the International Law Association (ILA). In introducing this volume of 27 contributions, the editors situate "sustainable development" as a concept that has matured into a normative legal standard accepted by countries and international organizations. Chap.
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xxx, 378 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Notes on Contributors-- Table of Cases-- Table of Treaties and Other Instruments-- List of Abbreviations-- Introduction-- Sustainable Development and Unsustainable Arguments-- Sustainable Development: Treaty, Custom and the Cross-Fertilization of International Law-- Codification of International Environmental Law and the International Law Commission: Injurious Consequences Revisited-- Natural Resources in the Case Law of the International Court-- The Development of the Legal Regime of High Seas Fisheries-- International Fisheries Law Since Rio: The Continued Rise of the Precautionary Principle-- Towards Long Term Sustainable Use: Some Recent Developments in the Legal Regime of Fisheries-- Protection of Ecosystems under International Law: Lessons from Antarctica-- Sustaining Small Cetaceans: A Preliminary Evaluation of the ASCOBANS and ACCOBAMS Agreements-- The Settlement of Disputes According to the Straddling Stocks Agreement of 1995-- The Law of the Sea Convention and Agenda 21: Marine Environment Implications-- The International Legal Regime for Protection and Preservation of the Marine Environment from Land-based Sources of Pollution-- Port States and Environmental Protection-- Liability for Damage to the Marine Environment.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198298076 20160528
International Environmental Law and Sustainable Development: Past Achievements and Future Challenges is a collection of essays that cover some of the most important contemporary issues in contemporary law relating to sustainable development, the utilization of natural resources, and the protection of the environment. Written by well-known experts on these topics who include judges of the International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea; legal advisers from international organizations such as the World Bank, the International Maritime Organization, and the Food and Agriculture Organization; and practitioners of international law, as well as some of the leading scholars writing on international environmental law and related subjects this book covers many of the major legal developments that have taken place since the United Nations Conference on Environmental Development held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. The contributors bring new perspectives on sustainable development as a legal principle, the role of the International Law Commission in codifying international environmental law, the protection of the marine environment following the entry into force of the 1982 UN Convention of the Law of the Sea, and the revolution in international fisheries law. The editors have ensured that the book covers a wide range of topics from Antarctica to small whales and the book will be of particular interest to those teaching or practising law of the sea and international environmental law.
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xiii, 373 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The World Bank and sustainable development
  • Postscript on the World Bank Nordic Trust Fund / by Siobhán McInerney-Lankford
  • The environmental and social safeguard policies of the World Bank and the evolving role of the inspection panel
  • Postscript and update by Alberto Ninio
  • The World Bank's prototype carbon fund : mobilizing new resources for sustainable development
  • The World Bank's extractive industries review / with Roberto Danino
  • The establishment, role and evolution of the global environment facility
  • The role of the World Bank and the global environment facility in the implementation of the regime of the Convention on the Law of the Sea
  • The World Bank and climate change.
The World Bank and Sustainable Development: Legal Essays collects works from the past ten years by David Freestone, former Deputy General Counsel and Senior Adviser at the World Bank. The essays offer a unique perspective founded on the author's years of experience at the World Bank. They cover a wide-range of topics, including the Bank's Sustainable Development and its Climate Change agendas as well as its project based Environmental and Social Safeguard policies, highlighting the evolution of the pioneering role of the Bank's Inspection Panel.
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xlix, 665 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • 1. The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development: A Preliminary Study -- 2. The Philosophy of the Rio Declaration -- 3. Changing Conceptions of Environmental Risk -- 4. The Preamble of the Rio Declaration -- 5. Principle 1: Human Beings and the Environment -- 6. Principle 2: Prevention -- 7. Principle 3: From a Right to Development to Intergenenerational Equity -- 8. Principle 4: Sustainable Development through Integration -- 9. Principle 5: Poverty Eradication -- 10. Principle 6: Special Situation of Developing Countries -- 11. Principle 7: Common but Differentiated Responsibilities -- 12. Principle 8: Sustainable Patterns of Production and Consumption and Demographic Policies -- 13. Principle 9: Science and Technology -- 14. Principle 10: Public Participation -- 15. Principle 11: Environmental Legislation -- 16. Principle 12: The Environment and Trade -- 17. Principle 13: Liability and Compensation -- 18. Principle 14: Dangerous Activities and Substances -- 19. Principle 15: Precaution -- 20. Principle 16: The Polluter-Pays Principle -- 21. Principle 17: Environmental Impact Assessment -- 22. Principle 18: Notification and Assistance in Case of Emergency -- 23. Principle 19: Notification and Consultation on Activities with Transboundary Impact -- 24. Principle 20: The Role of Women -- 25. Principle 21: The Role of the Youth -- 26. Principle 22: Indigenous People and Sustainable Development -- 27. Principle 23: The Environment of Oppressed Peoples -- 28. Principle 24: The Environment in Armed Conflict -- 29. Principle 25: Peace, Development and Environmental Protection -- 30. Principle 26: International Environmental Dispute Settlement -- 31. Principle 27: Cooperation in a Spirit of Global Partnership.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199686773 20160618
The international community has long grappled with the issue of safeguarding the environment and encouraging sustainable development, often with little result. The 1992 Rio Declaration on Environment and Development was an emphatic attempt to address this issue, setting down 27 key principles for the international community to follow. These principles define the rights of people to sustainable development, and the responsibilities of states to safeguard the common environment. The Rio Declaration established that long term economic progress required a connection to environmental protection. It was designed as an authoritative and comprehensive statement of the principles of sustainable development law, an instrument to take stock of the past international and domestic practice, a guide for the design of new multilateral environmental regimes, and as a reference for litigation. This commentary provides an authoritative and comprehensive overview of the principles of the Declaration, written by over thirty inter-disciplinary contributors, including both leading practitioners and academics. Each principle is analysed in light of its origins and rationale. The book investigates each principle's travaux preparatoires setting out the main points of controversy and the position of different countries or groups. It analyses the scope and dimensions of each principle, providing an in-depth understanding of its legal effects, including whether it can be relied before a domestic or international court. It also assesses the impact of the principles on subsequent soft law and treaty development, as well as domestic and international jurisprudence. The authors demonstrate the ways in which the principles interact with each other, and finally provide a detailed analysis of the shortcomings and future potential of each principle. This book will be of vital importance to practitioners, scholars, and students of international environomental law and sustainable development.
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xii, 54 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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xx, 287 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Chapter 1: The Philosophical Evolution of Sustainable Development Chapter 2: Precautionary Principle Chapter 3: The Polluter Pays Principle Chapter 4: The Right to a Healthy Environment Chapter 5: Public Participation Chapter 6: Intergenerational Equity Chapter 7: Intragenerational Equity Chapter 8: Access to Justice Chapter 9: Where To?
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004187535 20160605
Sustainable development is the contemporary philosophy that is dominating the environmental protection movement. At a United Nations Conference in Johannesburg in 2002, sustainable development was defined as development that promote[s] the integration of economic development, social development and environmental protection--as interdependent and mutually reinforcing pillars." Sustainable Development: Towards a Judicial Interpretation examines the contribution of certain key aspects of environmental protection associated with the philosophy of sustainable development that has emerged in international, regional and national law including the right to a healthy environment. Topics include inter-generational equity, intra-generational equity, public participation in the developmental process, proper assessment of economic activities, the need for proper information, the precautionary principle, the polluter-pays principle, and access to justice.Presenting a succinct examination of international, regional and national legal regimes that provide a basis for supporting environmental protection in the global community through sustainable development, this book will be indispensible to legal practitioners, scholars and students interested in environmental law. ".
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xiii, 444 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction to regional environmental law of the African Union / Hennie Strydom
  • Africa and climate change : legal perspectives from the AU / Daniel M. Pallangyo and Werner Scholtz
  • Sustainable development of SADC's watercourses : the IncoMaputo River Basin Agreement of 2002 / Michelle Barnard and Willem Daniël Lubbe
  • Human rights and the environment in the African Union context / Werner Scholtz
  • Introduction to environmental law in the Americas / Claudia S. de Windt and Marcos A. Orellana
  • The contribution of the Inter-American human rights system to sustainable development / Anna Meijknecht
  • Sustainable water resource management and the Amazon basin / Beatriz Garcia and Jorge Thierry Calasans
  • Introduction to ASEAN regional environmental law / Ben Boer
  • ASEAN : the Singapore Declaration on Climate Change, Energy and the Environment, 2007 and beyond / Koh Kheng-Lian and Lovleen Bhullar
  • Introduction to European Union environmental law / Ludwig Krämer
  • EU climate change law : a credible example? / Javier de Cendra de Larragán
  • Contribution of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights to sustainable development in Europe / Jonathan Verschuuren
  • A comparative analysis of the legal frameworks that govern Europe's transboundary waters / Owen McIntyre.
The core focus of this timely volume is to ascertain how regional environmental law may contribute to the pursuit of global sustainable development. Leading scholars critically analyse the ways in which states may pool sovereignty to find solutions to environmental problems, presenting a comparative legal analysis of the manner in which the AU, EU, OAS and ASEAN deal with the issues of climate change, human rights and the environment.
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xiii, 444 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Contents: 1. Introduction Werner Scholtz and Jonathan Verschuuren PART I THE AFRICAN UNION (AU) 2. Introduction to Regional Environmental Law of the African Union Hennie Strydom 3. Africa and Climate Change: Legal Perspectives from the AU Daniel Pallangyo and Werner Scholtz 4. Sustainable Development of SADC's Watercourses: The IncoMaputo River Basin Agreement of 2002 Michelle Barnard and Willem Daniel Lubbe 5. Human Rights and the Environment in the African Union Context Werner Scholtz PART II THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES (OAS) 6. Introduction to Environmental Law in the Americas Claudia S. de Windt and Marcos Orellana 7. The Contribution of the Inter-American Human Rights System to Sustainable Development Anna Meijknecht 8. Sustainable Water Resource Management and the Amazon Basin Beatriz Garcia and Jorge Thierry Calasans PART III ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS (ASEAN) 9. Introduction to ASEAN Regional Environmental Law Ben Boer 10. ASEAN: The Singapore Declaration on Climate Change, Energy and the Environment, 2007 and Beyond Koh Kheng-Lian and Lovleen Bhullar PART IV EUROPEAN UNION (EU) LAW 11. Introduction to European Union Environmental Law Ludwig Kramer 12. EU Climate Change Law: A Credible Example? Javier de Cendra de Larragan 13. Contribution of the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights to Sustainable Development in Europe Jonathan Verschuuren 14. A Comparative Analysis of the Legal Frameworks that Govern Europe's Transboundary Waters Owen McIntyre Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781781951774 20160618
The core focus of this timely volume is to ascertain how regional environmental law may contribute to the pursuit of global sustainable development. Leading scholars critically analyse the ways in which states may pool sovereignty to find solutions to environmental problems, presenting a comparative legal analysis of the manner in which the AU, EU, OAS and ASEAN deal with the issues of climate change, human rights and the environment.
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xix, 502 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Preface-- 1. The linkage between sustainable development and customary law-- 2. Three case studies from Hawaii, Norway and Greenland-- 3. Social interaction: the foundation of customary law-- 4. How custom becomes law in England-- 5. How custom becomes law in Norway-- 6. Adaptive resource management through customary law-- 7. The place of customary law in democratic societies-- 8. Customary law, sustainable development and the failing state-- 9. Towards sustainability: the basis in international law-- 10. The case studies revisited-- 11. The choice of customary law-- 12. Conclusion: customary law in a globalizing culture.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521859257 20160605
For many nations, a key challenge is how to achieve sustainable development without a return to centralized planning. Using case studies from Greenland, Hawaii and northern Norway, this 2006 book examines whether 'bottom-up' systems such as customary law can play a critical role in achieving viable systems for managing natural resources. Customary law consists of underlying social norms that may become the acknowledged law of the land. The key to determining whether a custom constitutes customary law is whether the public acts as if the observance of the custom is legally obligated. While the use of customary law does not always produce sustainability, the study of customary methods of resource management can produce valuable insights into methods of managing resources in a sustainable way.
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xviii, 281 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction Part 1: International Environmental Law Reform 1. Proposals for international environmental law reform: a critical review of the literature 2. Refinement of the epistemology of global environmental sustainability Part 2: The Allocation Problem: Critique 3. The poverty of the market? Critique of economic prescriptions for international environmental law reform 4. The failure of market failure? Critique of the economic diagnosis of causes of global environmental change Part 3: The Allocation Problem: Re-diagnosis 5. Capitalism as allocation problem? Towards diagnosis of the causes of global environmental change Part 4: The Allocation Problem: Proposition 6. Towards international environmental law reform: towards a critical theory of justice? 7. Is ecological democracy sustainable?
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138013865 20160617
Few concerns preoccupy contemporary progressive thought as much as the issue of how to achieve a sustainable human society. The problems impeding this goal include those of how to arrest induced global environmental change (GEC), persistent disagreements about the contribution of economic activities to GEC and further differences in views on how these activities can be reformed in order to reduce the rate of change and thus to mitigate threats to much life on Earth. Reforming Law and Economy for a Sustainable Earth aims to help resolve these problems in two ways. Since addressing GEC will require global coordination, the book first clarifies the conditions necessary to achieve this effectively. Paul Anderson explores these conditions with the aid of a sustained analysis of key concepts in influential disciplines, particularly in social and political theory and law, relating to the transition to a sustainable economy. Second, Anderson tackles the problem of how to arrest GEC by incisively evaluating two leading theoretical positions in terms of their capacity to support the conditions required for effective global coordination. From this basis, the book offers an extensive critique of the idea that global environmental problems can be solved within the framework of global capitalism. It also critically reviews and advances the proposition that global sustainability can be achieved only by changing the capitalist form of organizing the economy. Enriched by a genuinely interdisciplinary approach, the originality of Reforming Law and Economy for a Sustainable Earth lies in the manner it combines a rigorous analysis of the requirements for global sustainability with decisive conclusions as to what are, and what are not, viable means of fulfilling those requirements. The book advances research on sustainability within key disciplines, among them political theory, law and social science, by offering a timely and insightful statement about the global environmental predicament in the 21st century.
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xxxix, 442 p. ; 26 cm.
  • Acknowledgments-- Part I. Introduction-- Part II. International Agreements to Sustainable Land Management-- Part III. National Agreements to Land Use Planning for Sustainable Development: 1. Africa-- 2. Asia-- 3. Australia-- 4. Europe-- 5. Latin America-- 6. North America.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521862172 20160605
This book, first published in 2006, collects land use laws from countries on each continent that attempt to achieve sustainable development. Due to the startling evidence of global deterioriation and the long-term trends in land use, the Johannesburg Declaration on Sustainable Development was signed in 2002. In the laws collected in this volume, the reader can witness the evolution of national legal systems as they respond to the challenge of sustainable development. This volume illuminates the great flexibility and power of the law as a vehicle for change. Laws contained in this compendium are mechanisms competent to address society's problems; they provide strategies that are appropriate to the culture and place of their origin. This book provides evidence that laws and law reform are being used to create strategies that address a worldwide priority: the clear need to effectively use and preserve the land and its natural resources.
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1 v.
This book surveys the global experience to date in implementing land-use policies that move us further along the sustainable development continuum. The international community has long recognized the need to ensure ongoing and future development is conducted sustainably. While high level commitments towards sustainable development such as those included in the Rio and Johannesburg Declarations are politically important, they are irrelevant if they are not translated into reality on the ground. This book includes chapters that discuss the challenges of implementing sustainable land-use policies in different regions of the world, revealing problems that are common to all jurisdictions and highlighting others that are unique to particular regions. It also includes chapters documenting new approaches to sustainable land use, such as reforms to property rights regimes and environmental laws. Other chapters offer comparisons of approaches in different jurisdictions that can present insights which might not be apparent from a single-jurisdiction analysis.
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xxvii, 249 p. ; 30 cm.
"This rich source of judicial precedent on environmental issues is presented as a consolidated volume containing summaries of over two hundred judgements from some twenty-eight countries around the world and three international courts and tribunals, with an improved index to facilitate easy reference. The cases reveal the important work being done by environmentalists, scientists, scholars and experts who provide the reports and pertinent evidence upon which the judgements are based." -- United Nations Publications website
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v, 376 p.; 23 cm.
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xvi, 271 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The challenge of sustainability in fisheries
  • Regulating fisheries towards sustainability
  • Identifying the ties that bind West African states and the EU
  • Sustainability and integration in the EU's common fisheries policy
  • The promotion of sustainability in EU fishing in developing third country waters
  • Senegal's marine fisheries
  • EU-Senegalese relations : the 2002-2006 agreement
  • Conclusions.
Marine living resources are currently under severe threat from unsustainable use. International law urges a precautionary approach in the use of remaining fish stocks, necessitating rational domestic management of coastal fisheries and requiring foreign nations accessing these stocks to cooperate to this end. The manner in which bilateral fishing relations between the EU and various West African states have historically played out, however, has not followed this route. This book is a legal study of these relations from an inter-disciplinary and contextual perspective with particular reference to sustainability questions using three broad conceptual lenses: common resource management, integration towards sustainable development and the colonial legacy to interrogate the extent to which these interactions operated as legal instruments of sustainability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004206755 20160606
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