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International Law and Sustainable Development: Past Achievements and Future Challenges

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Edited by: Alan E. Boyle, David Freestone

ISBN13: 9780198298076
ISBN: 0198298072
Published: September 1999
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £67.00



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This is a collection of essays which cover some of the most important contemporary issues in law relating to sustainable development, the utilization of natural resources, and the protection of the environment. Wr itten by experts on these topics who include judges of the International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea; legal advisers from international organizations such as the World Bank, the International Maritime Organization, and the Food and Agriculture Organization; and practitioners of international law, as well as some of the leading scholars writing on international environmental law and related subjects this book covers many of the major legal developments that have taken place since the United Nations Conference on Environmental Development held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.

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Contents:
Notes on Contributors; Table of Cases; Table of Treaties and Other Instruments; List of Abbreviations; Alan Boyle and David Freestone: Introduction; Vaughan Lowe: Sustainable Development and Unsustainable Arguments; Philippe Sands: Sustainable Development: Treaty, Custom and the Cross-Fertilization of International Law; Alan Boyle: Codification of International Environmental Law and the International Law Commission: Injurious Consequences Revisited; Rosalyn Higgins: Natural Resources in the Case Law of the International Court; Dolliver Nelson: The Development of the Legal Regime of High Seas Fisheries; David Freestone: International Fisheries Law Since Rio: The Continued Rise of the Precautionary Principle; William Edeson: Towards Long Term Sustainable Use: Some Recent Developments in the Legal Regime of Fisheries; Catherine Redgwell: Protection of Ecosystems under International Law: Lessons from Antarctica; Robin Churchill: Sustaining Small Cetaceans: A Preliminary Evaluation of the ASCOBANS and ACCOBAMS Agreements; Tullio Treves: The Settlement of Disputes According to the Straddling Stocks Agreement of 1995; Alexander Yankov: The Law of the Sea Convention and Agenda 21: Marine Environment Implications; Thomas Mensah: The International Legal Regime for Protection and Preservation of the Marine Environment from Land-based Sources of Pollution; David Anderson: Port States and Environmental Protection; Magnus Goransson: Liability for Damage to the Marine Environment; Hazel Fox and David Freestone: [Title undecided]