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Judges and the Rule of Law: Creating the Links: Environment, Human Rights and Poverty

Proceedings

Series: IUCN Environmental Policy and Law Papers Volume: 60

By: Thomas Greiber(Editor)

International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources

Paperback | Jan 2006 | #171200 | ISBN: 2831709156
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About this book

Judges play a critical role in the development, enforcement and compliance with environmental law. To showcase the role of the judiciary in upholding the rule of law, IUCN organized a "Judiciary Day" at its 2004 World Conservation Congress in Bangkok. This publication contains papers and speeches covering some of the cutting-edge themes that were discussed.

It is hoped that these proceedings will enable a wide community of readers to better understand the crucial role of the judiciary in achieving the goals of sustainable development and nature conservation.


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