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International Environmental Law and Policy for the 21st Century

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عنوان کتاب:

قانون محیط زیست بین المللی و سیاست برای قرن 21st

موضوع کتاب:

Jurisprudence, Law

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ناشر: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ویرایش: 2nd Revised Ed.
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تعداد صفحه: xvi+666
زبان: انگلیسی
In the 21st century, anthropogenic (human-caused) environmental change is widespread and serious on the global, regional/transboundary, and local levels. Emphasizing the environmental, social, and human damage caused by non-sustainable development, International Environmental Law and Policy for the 21st Century, Second Revised Edition by Nanda and Pring, provides readers with an incisive and integrated approach to the political, economic, scientific, and technological realities and challenges facing international environmental law and policy today. This provocative new book offers innovative chapters on such crucial current imperatives as:
• the nature and scope of the challenge;
• first principles of international environmental law;
• environment and human rights;
• environment and the nexus of international trade, finance and debt; and
• the unfinished agenda.

Traditional subjects covered include the history of international environmental law, the law of the sea, international freshwater resources, cross-border air pollution, ozone depletion and climate change, the technology of chemicals manufacture and transport, disposal of hazardous waste, preservation ofand biodiversity, environmental impact analysis, and regulation of nuclear energy. The book also features a critical examination of the UN’s activities on the environment, starting from the 1972 Stockholm Convention on the Environment, up to and including the 2012 Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development.

With new chapters devoted to critical energy and population issues, and a new section on corporate social responsibility, International Environmental Law & Policy for the 21st Century is an essential resource for students, scholars, lawyers, public officials, corporate decision-makers, and technical consultants concerned with environmental issues.
Acknowledgements
Part I: Introduction
Chapter One: International Environmental Law: The Nature and Scope of the Challenge
1.0: Introduction
1.1: The Sources or Bases of International Environmental Law
1.1.1: International Conventional Law
1.1.2: International Customary Law
1.1.3: General Principles of Law
1.1.4: Judicial Decisions
1.1.5: Scholarly Writings
1.1.6: New Sources of International Law
Chapter Two: The Fundamental Principles of International Environmental Law
2.0: Introduction
2.1 Fundamental Substantive Principles
2.1.1: State Sovereignty
2.1.2: “Good Neighborliness” – The Duty to Cooperate
2.1.3: The No-Harm Rule
2.1.4: Sustainable Development
2.1.5: Right to Development
2.1.6: Right to a Clean, Healthful Environment
2.1.7: Environmental Justice: Intergenerational and Intragenerational Equity
2.1.8: Equitable Utilization of Shared Resources
2.1.9: Conservation
2.1.10: The Common Heritage of Humankind - “The Global Commons”
2.1.11: The Common Concern of Humankind – Erga Omnes
2.1.12: Common but Differentiated Responsibilities
2.1.13: The Polluter-Pays Principle
2.1.14: State Responsibility and Liability
2.2 Fundamental Procedural Principles
2.2.1: Public Participation
2.2.2: Prior Notification, Consultation, and Negotiation Duties
2.2.3: The Prevention Principle
2.2.4: The Precautionary Principle
2.2.5: Duty to Do Environmental Impact Assessment
2.2.6: Duty to Adopt Effective National Law—The Duty to Enforce
2.2.7: The Integration Principle
Part II: Lawmaking
Chapter Three: The Early Years
3.0: Introduction
3.1: International Agreements
3.1.1: Early 20th Century Agreements
3.1.2: The 1909 Boundary Waters Treaty
3.1.3: Other Agreements
3.2: Case Law
3.2.1: Bering Sea Fur Seals Arbitration
3.2.2: The Trail Smelter Arbitration
3.2.3: The Corfu Channel Case
3.2.4: The Lac Lanoux Arbitration
3.2.5: The Japanese Fishermen Case
3.2.6: The 1958 US Pacific Nuclear Tests
3.2.7: Nuclear Tests Cases (Australia v. France and New Zealand v. France)
3.2.8: Pollution of Ciudad Juarez
3.2.9: The 1969 Gut Dam Case
3.2.10: Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons, Advisory Opinion
3.2.11: Case Concerning the Gabcikovo-Nagymaros Project
3.2.12: The MOX Plant Case (Ireland v. UK)
3.2.13: Iron Rhine Railway Arbitration (Belg. v. Neth.)
3.2.14: Case Concerning Pulp Mills on the River Uruguay (Argentina v. Uruguay)
3.3: Appraisal
Chapter Four: The Next 40 Years: The Evolution of International Environmental Policy from 1972 to the Present
4.0: Introduction
4.1: The Stockholm Conference and Declaration
4.1.1: Analysis
4.1.2: Appraisal
4.2: The Post-Stockholm Period: The Flowering of UNEP
4.2.1: Introduction
4.2.2: Environmental Assessment
4.2.3: Environmental Management
4.2.4: Envi...
شابک/ISBN: 9004242864, 9789004242869