Principles of International Environmental Law / Edition 3by Philippe Sands, Jacqueline Peel
Pub. Date: 05/31/2012
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The third edition of this classic textbook offers comprehensive and critical commentary on international environmental law. It fully covers the key topics of the course and is clearly structured to include the history and framework in which international environmental law exists, key areas of regulation and implementation, links to other areas of law and future developments. It has been updated to incorporate all the latest developments in treaty and case law. Extensive feedback on previous editions results in a restructuring of material, including a new part focused on linkage to other areas of international law including human rights, international trade and foreign investment. There is also a new chapter on future developments charting the directions in which the subject is moving. Specialist authors writing on oceans, seas and fisheries and biodiversity add to the expertise of the two principal authors for an authoritative overview of the subject.
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Table of ContentsPart I. The Legal and Institutional Framework: 1. The environment and international society: issues, concepts and definitions; 2. History; 3. Governance: states, international organisations and non-state actors; 4. International law-making and regulation; 5. Compliance: implementation, enforcement and dispute settlement; Part II. Principles and Rules Establishing Standards: 6. General principles and rules; 7. Atmosphere and climate change; 8. Freshwater resources; 9. Oceans, seas and fisheries; 10. Biodiversity; 11. Hazardous substances and activities; 12. Waste; 13. Polar regions; Part III. Techniques for Implementing International Principles and Rules: 14. Environmental impact assessment; 15. Environmental information; 16. Financial resources, technology transfer and intellectual property; 17. Liability for environmental damage; Part IV. Linkage of International Environmental Law and Other Areas of International Law: 18. Human rights and armed conflict; 19. International trade and competition; 20. Foreign investment; 21. Future developments.
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