|1.||Fitzmaurice, Malgosia (ed.) : Research handbook on international environmental law, 2010|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Research handbook on international environmental law / Fitzmaurice, Malgosia (ed.) ; Ong, David M. ; Merkouris, Panos - (Research handbooks in international law), xxv, 703 p.. - Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar, 2010.
ABSTRACT: PART I: INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AS A SYSTEM OF INTERNATIONAL LAW:. 1. Actors and Law-making in International Environmental Law, by Mark A. Drumbl. 2. International Framework for Environmental Decision-making, by Geir Ulfstein. PART II: THEORIES AND CONCEPTS OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW:. 3. Sustainable Development, by Duncan French. 4. Environment and Development: Friends or Foes in the 21st Century?, by Paolo Galizzi and Alena Herklotz. 5. Implementing Intergenerational Equity, by Edith Brown Weiss. 6. An Introduction to Ethical Considerations in International Environmental Law, by Alexander Gillespie. 7. The World Bank and Sustainable Development, by David Freestone. 8. Common but Differentiated Responsibilities, by Philippe Cullet. 9. The Principles of Prevention and Precaution in International Law: Two Heads of the Same Coin?, by Nicolas de Sadeleer. PART III: SUBSTANTIVE PRINCIPLES:. 10. The Precautionary Principle, by Minna Pyhälä, Anne Christine Brusendorff and Hanna Paulomäki. 11. Environmental Impact Assessment, by Olufemi Elias. 12. The Polluter-Pays Principle, by Priscilla Schwartz. PART IV: HUMAN RIGHTS TO A CLEAN ENVIRONMENT:. 13. Human Rights and the Environment: Substantive Rights, by Dinah Shelton. 14. Human Rights to a Clean Environment: Procedural Rights, by Jona Razzaque. PART V: RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HARM:. 15. Responsibility for Environmental Damage, by Phoebe Okowa. 16. International Liability for Damage to the Environment, by Louise Angélique de La Fayette. 17. Corporate Liability for Environmental Harm, by Amanda Perry-Kessaris. PART VI: DISPUTE SETTLEMENT AND COMPLIANCE:. 18. Settlement of International Environmental Law Disputes, by Natalie Klein. 19. Environmental Disputes in the WTO, by Joanna Gomula. 20. Compliance Procedures and Mechanisms, by Gerhard Loibl. 21. International Legal Efforts to Address Human-Induced Global Climate Change, by David M. Ong. 22. Filling The Holes: The Montreal Protocol’s Non-Compliance Mechanism, by Feja Lesniewska. PART VII: BIODIVERSITY:. 23. Environmental Protection and the Concept of Common Concern of Mankind, by Michael Bowman. 24. International Environmental Law Governing Threats to Biological Diversity, by David M. Ong. 25. Fisheries and Marine Biodiversity, by Richard Barnes. PART VIII: SPECIFIC ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REGIMES:. 26. The 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and Marine Environmental Protection, by David M. Ong. 27. Environmental Protection in Armed Conflict, by Karen Hulme. 28. The Relationship between the Law of International Watercourses and Sustainable Development, by Malgosia Fitzmaurice. 29. International Chemicals and Waste Management, by Katharina Kummer Peiry. 30. Drilling at the Poles: Environmental Protection in the Antarctic and the Arctic, by Karen N. Scott.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Angola / Asia / Australia / Bulgaria / Canada / China / Chile / Colombia / Congo / Czech Republic / Denmark / Ethiopia / Finland / France / Germany / Greenland / India / Indonesia / Ireland / Israel / Italy / Jordan / Malaysia / Mauritania / Namibia / Norway / Sweden / Switzerland / Thailand / Uganda / Ukraine / United Kingdom / USA / Uruguay / Zimbabwe
NOTE (GENERAL): World heritage convention; Aarhus convention; Convention on biological diversity; Bonn convention; Convention on the law of the sea; ECHR; Kyoto protocol; ICESCR; Framework convention on climate change; Montreal protocol; Vienna convention on the law of treaties; Ramsar convention on Wetlands; Rio declaration; Stockholm declaration; AMR; Cartagena protocol;
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|2.||Sands, Philippe : Principles of international environmental law, 2018|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Principles of international environmental law / Sands, Philippe ; Peel, Jacqueline ; with Adriana Fabra and Ruth MacKenzie. - 4th ed.., lxviii, 968 p. . - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
ABSTRACT: PART 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, dispute settlement. PART II. Principles and Rules Establishing Standards:. 6. General principles and rules. 7. Atmospheric protection. 8. Climate change. 9. Freshwater resources. 10. Biological diversity. 11. Oceans, seas and marine living resources. 12. Hazardous substances and activities, and waste. 13. The polar regions: Antarctica and the Arctic. PART III. Techniques for Implementing International Principles and Rules:. 14. Environmental impact assessment. 15. Environmental information and technology transfer. 16. Liability for environmental damage. PART IV. Linkage of International Environmental Lae and Other Areas of International Law:. 17. Human rights and international humanitarian law. 18. International economic law: trade, investment and intellectual property. 19. Future developments.
NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; Rio declaration; Aarhus convention; ACHPR; Berne convention; Biodiversity convention; CRC; Climate change convention; Kyoto protocol; Espoo convention; Doha declaration; EU charter of fundamental rights; ECHR; ESC; TFEU; Stockholm declaration; ICCPR; ICESCR; Vienna convention on civil liability for nuclear damage; Vienna convention for the protection of the ozone layer; OSPAR convention; UNCLOS