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Sustainable Development Law: Principles, Practices & Prospects

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ISBN13: 9780199276714
ISBN: 0199276714
Published: November 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £38.99



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Drawing on international economic, environmental, and social law, this book provides a long-awaited coherent approach to the study of international sustainable development law. It establishes a set of principles for this emerging field, looks at case studies of implementation instruments and describes future directions for international sustainable development law.

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Contents:
Introduction
PART I: THE FOUNDATIONS; 1. Origins of Sustainable Development; 2. Sustainable Development, Policy, and International Law; 3. Legal Aspects of Sustainable Development
PART II: THE PRINCIPLES; 4. The Principle of Integration and Interrelationship in Relation to Social, Economic, and Environmental Objectives; 5. The Duty of states to Ensure Sustainable Use of Natural Resources; 6. The Principle of Equity and the Eradication of Poverty; 7. The Principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibilities; 8. Precaution regarding Human Health, Natural Resources, and Ecosystems; 9. The Principle of Public Participation and Access to Information and Justice; 10. The Principle of Good Governance
PART III: THE PRACTICES; 11. Case Studies of Integrated Instruments in IDSL; Case Study I: Sustainability Impact Assessments (SIAs); Case Study II: Regional Integration Agreements (RIAs); Case Study III: Compliance-building in ISDL; Case Study IV: Rights-based approaches in ISDL
PART IV: THE PROSPECTS; 12. Sustainable International Trade, Investment, and Competition Law; 13. Sustainable International Climate Change and Vulnerability law; 14. Sustainable International Human Rights and Poverty Law; 15. Sustainable International Biodiversity Law; 16. Sustainable International Natural Resources Law; 17. Crosscutting Issues; 18. Sustainable Development Governance: International Institutional Architecture
PART IV