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Emerging Principles of International Environmental Law

By: Sumudu Atapattu
Emerging Principles of International Environmental Law
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This book is ideally suited for any law or environmental studies student, practitioner or law academic who is interested in the legal status of emerging principles in the field of international environmental law. Among its highlights, the text examines the interaction of principles/concepts such as sustainable development, the precautionary principle etc., with one another and how the present international environmental law regime has taken the vast disparity between developed and developing countries into account in designing innovative methods to accommodate this disparity. The book was written to provide a firm grasp of international environmental law issues and of international law in general. It is intended for the international market, for anybody who is interested in the future direction of international environmental law and of sustainable development. As such, it would be relevant not only to the law student and law academic, but also to international organisations such as UNEP, Commission on Sustainable Development, UNDP and the World Bank as well as for international and national civil society groups engaged in environmental issues and human rights issues.

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Sumudu A. Atapattu is Lead Counsel, Poverty and Human Rights, Center for International Sustainable Development Law, Montreal Canada and Lecturer in Law, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Law School.

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