International Environmental Law and Policy (University Casebooks)
Explores the dynamics of the lawmaking process and the increasingly critical role of transnational actors/citizens, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), scientists, and business. Discusses the relation of our scientific understanding to the legal response and the relation of the problem to the global economy. Includes explanation of the use of soft law, framework agreements, binding obligations, the precautionary principle, and polluter pays principle. Describes role of technology transfer and multilateral and bilateral financial mechanisms.
Specifications of International Environmental Law and Policy (University Casebooks)
|Author||David Hunter, James Salzman, Durwood Zaelke|
|Number Of Pages||1613|
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