This single volume presents evidence of various techniques which the international community has used for addressing problems of environment and development. The digest presents a comprehensive analysis of the past efforts to deal with nine specific areas or subject-matters of the environment; and gives recommendations as to future treaty-making activities. The book also contains an archaeology of recurrent or new clauses in the existing environmental treaties. Policy-makers, treaty-makers, scholars, teachers and students who are interested in international environmental law should find this text a useful source-book.
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