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Improving Compliance with International Environmental Law

Series: Law and Sustainable Development Series

Edited By: James Cameron, Jacob Werksman and Peter Roderick

341 pages, no illustrations


Paperback | Dec 1996 | #42189 | ISBN: 1853832618
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About this book

Compliance with international environmental agreements is essential if they are to be effective. This work brings together the research and recommendations of lawyers and political scientists expert in international environmental regimes.


Compliance theory; compliance, citizens and NGOs; existing international legal arrangements; a compliance system for the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change; the International Whaling Commission and fisheries management regimes; the role of the EC in implementing international environmental law; compliance with CITES in southern Africa; compliance with CITES in China; international agreements and environmental management - Bangladesh; trade sanctions as an enforcement tool; joint implementation and the Climate Change Convention; additional funds, incremental costs and the global environment; conclusions and recommendations.

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