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Yearbook of International Environmental Law: Vol 2 1991

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ISBN13: 9781853337185
ISBN: 1853337188
Published: June 1992
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

As concern for the global environment continues to intensify, evolving international environmental policy and law have become the focus of increased attention by scholars, legal practitioners and governmental as well as non-governmental decision-makers. Although several specialized journals and ""news"" services have emerged in response to this phenomenon, there is yet no publication that systematically analyzes developments in this rapidly expanding new discipline of international environmental law.;The ""Yearbook of International Environmental Law"", now in its second volume, closes this gap by providing a comprehensive review of internationally significant legal development in a format that makes information easily accessible. In an expanding ""Year in Review"" section, short reports written by recognized international experts summarize year-by-year trends in discrete subject areas that represent the whole spectrum of international environmental legal issues.;Additionally, internationally significant legal development in key countries or regions and international governmental as well as non-governmental organizations are being reviewed. The documents section has been increased with a large number of documents now also available on diskette.;This Volume 2 includes a number of theoretical articles that provide critical assessment of international trade rules and environmental protection, implementing sustainability in developing countries, and promoting compliance with international environmental standards.

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