The Future of Environmental Law: International and European Perspectives [COLLECTED REPORTS 2004-2005]
Title: The Future of Environmental Law: International and European Perspectives [COLLECTED REPORTS 2004-2005]
Publisher: European University Institute
Series/Number: EUI LAW; 2006/01
The materials collected in this Working Paper are the result of intensive and interactive discussions that took place in the Working Group on Environmental Law of the European University Institute during the 2004-2005 academic year. The contributions consider recent developments in environmental law and offer an international or European perspective on the future in the areas of: sustainable development, the reform of the United Nations, climate change, biodiversity and biotechnology, environmental justice and environmental liability.
Subject: Environmental law, sustainable development, United Nations, climate change, biotechnology,; environmental justice, environmental liability, precautionary principle, Aarhus Convention
Type of Access: openAccess
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