Edited By: Alan Boyle and David Freestone
377 pages, no illustrations
Deals with the most recent developments in international environmental law since the UN Rio Conference on Environment and Development in 1992.
Notes on Contributors; Table of Cases; Table of Treaties and Other Instruments; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; Sustainable Development and Unsustainable Arguments; Sustainable Development: Treaty, Custom and the Cross-Fertilization of International Law; Codification of International Environmental Law and the International Law Commission: Injurious Consequences Revisited; Natural Resources in the Case Law of the International Court; The Development of the Legal Regime of High Seas Fisheries; International Fisheries Law Since Rio: The Continued Rise of the Precautionary Principle; Towards Long Term Sustainable Use: Some Recent Developments in the Legal Regime of Fisheries; Protection of Ecosystems under International Law: Lessons from Antarctica; Sustaining Small Cetaceans: A Preliminary Evaluation of the ASCOBANS and ACCOBAMS Agreements; The Settlement of Disputes According to the Straddling Stocks Agreement of 1995; The Law of the Sea Convention and Agenda 21: Marine Environment Implications; The International Legal Regime for Protection and Preservation of the Marine Environment from Land-based Sources of Pollution; Port States and Environmental Protection; Liability for Damage to the Marine Environment
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