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An Ecological Approach to International Law (eBook)

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Prue TaylorUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand

ISBN13: 9781134715855
ISBN: 0415162602
Published: May 1998
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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An Ecological Approach to International Law offers the first major critique of international law based on environmental ethics. Taylor examines international legal responses to global climate change by analysing key concepts such as the doctrine of state sovereignty, the law on state responsibility and environmental rights. By introducing the new principle of common heritage of life, the author lays the foundations for international law and policy to meet global environmental challenges.

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Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: The Scientific and Ethical Dimensions of the Greenhouse Effect Chapter Three: State Responsibility for Environmental Harm Chapter Four: International Liability of Injurious Consequences Arising Out of Acts Not Prohibited by International Law Chapter Five: Human Rights ane the Environment Chapter Six: Common Heritage of Mankind Chapter Seven: Rio: An Opportunity Lost? Chapter Eight: Conclusion