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The Law of Energy for Sustainable Development

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ISBN13: 9780521845250
ISBN: 0521845254
Published: April 2005
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £114.99
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9781107407718

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In November 2003, the Commission on Environmental Law (CEL) of IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources) launched a new scholarly network of environmental law faculties and professors: the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law. The IUCN Academy is a consortium of specialized research centers in university law faculties throughout the world and will constitute a learned society examining how law advances a just society that values and conserves nature. As part of the mandate of the Academy, a significant topic of interregional research will be identified each year and the results presented at an annual meeting and published for wide dissemination. The research focus for 2003 is 'The Law of Energy for Sustainable Development' - is a timely and challenging one. As contemporary world politics demonstrates, energy resources and generation are crucial issues facing the international community. As research on energy law, at the international, regional, and national level is in its infancy, the insights provided by the contributors to this volume are a significant addition to the field.

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Energy and Natural Resources Law
Editors preface
About the authors
1. Introduction
2. Global change and the role of energy law
3. Legal Issues in contemporary energy law reforms
4. International law and organization
5. Illustrative comparative law case studies
6. Civil society and the procedural requirements of energy law for sustainable development
7. Conclusions
Annotations (with each chapter)