Sands, P.; (2003) Principles of international environmental law. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.
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Book description: This second edition of Philippe Sand’s leading textbook on international environmental law provides a clear and authoritative introduction to the subject, revised to December 2002. It considers relevant new topics, including the Kyoto Protocol, genetically modified organisms, oil pollution, chemicals etc. and will remain the most comprehensive account of the principles and rules relating to environmental protection and the conservation of natural resources. In addition to the key material from the 1992 Rio Declaration and subsequent developments, Sands also covers topics including the legal and institutional framework, the field’s historic development and standards for general application. This will continue to be an invaluable resource for both students and practitioners alike. • Significantly revised new edition incorporating all relevant new case-law since first edition published in 1995 • The leading text which draws on the author’s direct practical experience • Cited by national and international courts, and used by academics, students and practitioners around the world
|Title:||Principles of international environmental law|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws|
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