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The Yearbook of International Environmental Law has established itself as a vital source of information and analysis in an increasingly important legal field. The contributors for this volume are drawn from leading figures around the world who, together with the expert team of editors, have created the best source of information on world-wide events in this field. The article section contains top-quality essays on topical subjects; the year-in-review section offers a round-up of legal developments in every part of the world.
List of Abbreviations; From the Editors-in-Chief; Submission of Articles; List of Contributors; PART 1: ARTICLES; International Investment Law and Environmental Protection; The Role of Science in Investment Arbitrations concerning Public Health and the Environment; Financing Sustainability: The New Transnational Governance of Socially Responsible Investment; Stabilization Clauses and the Evolution of Environmental Standards in Foreign Investment Contracts; Unilateral Commitments to Investment Protection: Does the Promise of Stability Restrict Environmental Policy Development?; The Contribution of State-Multinational Corporation <"Transnational>" Investment Agreements to International Environmental Law; Foreign Direct Investment and Environmental Protection: A Review of the Legal Regime in China; PART 2: THE YEAR IN REVIEW; I. General Developments; II. Air and Atmosphere; III. Fresh Water; IV. Oceans; V. Energy; VI. Hazardous Substances and Waste, Other Than Nuclear; VII. International Commons/Areas beyond National Jurisdiction; VIII. Natural Resource Management and Conservation; IX. International Economy and the Environment; X. Country/Region Reports; XI. Reports from International Courts and Tribunals; XII. Reports on International Organizations and Bodies; PART 3: LITERATURE REVIEW; Oran Young, The Institutional Dimension of Environmental Change: Fit, Interplay and Scale; Murray Raff, Private Property and Environmental Responsibility: A Comparative Study of German Real Property Law; Index