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The first ever compendium of the key international and national decisions relating to international environmental law, this five-volume set is a valuable resource for all those interested in this growing field. Students, practitioners, NGOs and government agencies alike will be grateful to find, at last, the relevant case law easily accessible in one collection. The collection encompasses decisions from the late nineteenth century to the present day, and is presented in five themed volumes: Early Decisions, Trade and Environment, Human Rights and Environment, International Environmental Law in National Courts, and International Environmental Law in International Tribunals. Each case is accompanied by a full introductory note and, where appropriate, relevant background materials to facilitate a fuller understanding of the case. The volumes are comprehensively indexed.Read more
- Comprehensive case summaries
- Detailed cross references to original sources
- Brings the 'classic' decisions up to date with the major modern decisions of international tribunals
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- Date Published: April 2009
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521659680
- length: 3904 pages
- dimensions: 310 x 237 x 162 mm
- weight: 6.5kg
- availability: Temporarily unavailable - no date available
Table of Contents
Volume I. Early Decisions
Volume II. Trade and Environment
Volume III. Human Rights and Environment
Volume IV. International Environmental Law in National Courts
Volume V. International Environmental Law in International Tribunals.
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