This title was first published in 2003. Viewed as a prelude to a broader spectrum of perspectives and approaches captured within international protection of the environment, these volumes offer an invitation to further exploration. Covering a broad array of topics, the essays chosen convey pivotal breakthroughs in international environmental law.
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Table of ContentsContents: Volume I: Conceptual Issues: Environmental security and global change: the challenge to international law, GÃ¼nther Handl ; The tragedy of the commons, Garrett Hardin; Towards a meaningful concept of pollution in international law, Allen L. Springer; Should trees have standing? Toward legal rights for natural objects, Christopher D. Stone; Our rights and obligations to future generations for the environment, Edith Brown Weiss. Traditional Sources of International Environmental Law: Towards new approaches to treaty-making in the field of environment, A.O. Adede; Protection of the stratospheric ozone layer and the structure of international environmental lawmaking, David D. Caron; Customary (and not so customary) international environmental law, Daniel Bodansky. Contemporary Sources of International Environmental Law: Soft law and the international law of the environment, Pierre-Marie Dupuy; The precautionary principle as a norm of customary international law, Owen McIntyre and Thomas Mosedale ; A right to environment in international law: current status and future outlook, Paula M. Pevato. International Institutions and Non-Governmental Organizations: Environmental protection and development, Patricia Birnie; Compliance control mechanisms and international environmental obligations, GÃ¼nther Handl; The role of non-governmental organizations in the development of international environmental law, A. Dan Tarlock. Volume II: The Progressive Development of International Law in the Contexts of Environment and Sustainable Development: International environmental law as a special field, M.A. Fitzmaurice; International law in the field of sustainable development, Philippe Sands; As the world burns: negotiating the framework convention on climate change, Donald M. Goldberg; International law and sustainable development: the convention on biological diversity, Abdulqawi A. Yusuf; Indigenous peoples, international law and sustainability, Benjamin J. Richardson. Reconciling South-North Tensions: The Case of Transboundary Traffic in Hazardous Waste: The international regulation of transboundary traffic in hazardous wastes: the 1989 Basel convention, Katharina Kummer; The evolution of the Bamako convention: an African perspective, Wordsworth Filo-Jones A Selection of Prevailing Challenges for International Environmental Cooperation: International trade and protection of the environment: the continuing search for reconciliation, Thomas J. Schoenbaum The impact of environmental law on corporate governance: international and comparative perspectives, David M. Ong; The World Bank and the environment: a legal perspective; Ibrahim F.I. Shihata; Name index.