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This book emphasises practice as well as theory. Unlike works devoted exclusively to theoretical aspects of international environmental law and policy, the authors provide the what, how, when, where, and why for resolving environmental and public health problems in front of international courts, tribunals, commissions, committees, secretariats, and, at times, their domestic counterparts. In many countries where environmental and public health harms occur, the inadequacies of the judiciary make citizen access to international courts and tribunals essential for obtaining sufficient relief. This is an indispensable handbook for all environmental activists and students who need to be aware of the important legal and political strategies made available to them by various instruments of international law.