A leading cholar in the field shares her deep insights into the historical, technical, and policy aspects of international environmental law, introducing the reader to regulatory techniques and choices, the main legal tools at the disposal of key actors, and the most significant recent developments.
A comprehensive treatise covering the background and foundations on international environmental law while including many subtopic chapters on more specific areas, such as nuclear energy, conservation, climate change, toxic substances and many more.
This book provides insight into the evolution of international environmental law, diplomacy, and negotiating techniques, drawing upon the first-hand experiences of diplomats, UN agency officials, lawyers and academics. Each chapter offers a blend of practice and theory, as well as history and analysis, presenting a range of historical episodes and nuances and drawing lessons for future improvements to the processes of law-making and diplomacy.
Written by attorneys with extensive experience in the area, International Environmental Law provides an analytical framework to help practitioners advise clients, whether from law firms, in house, or within government and nongovernmental organizations.
This leading casebook, co-authored by Georgetown Law faculty member Edith Brown Weiss, offers a comprehensive exposition of contemporary international environmental law and the governance institutions that implement it.
This handbook examines in detail the methodological foundations of the discipline as well as the substance of environmental law across countries from four vantage points: country studies from all continents; responses to common problems; foundational components of environmental law systems; and common interactions of environmental protection with the broader public, private, and criminal law contexts.
The second edition of this leading reference work covers international environmental law's core assumptions and concepts, basic analytical tools, and key challenges. It aims to strike a balance between practical preoccupations and critical or theoretical reflection. Each of the 47 chapters examines an issue that is central to scholarly debates or policy development.
This fourth edition presents a comprehensive overview of international environmental law. It includes an excellent index, which makes it easy to locate specific discussions of certain major environmental cases and treaties.
This collection of essays discusses the background, implementation, key issues, and framework of international environmental law. Also includes sections on major regional environmental regimes, and related areas such as trade, indigenous rights, disasters, and armed conflict.
This is Oxford's e-book of the print treatise with the same title. It offers a brief overview of international law in general, with an in depth focus on how international environmental law was formed historically, as well as an analysis of newer topics such as environmental protection as a human right.
This timely Handbook brings together a collection of innovative interdisciplinary approaches to explore the use of research methods in environmental law. With chapters on topics ranging from sustainability, climate change and activism to education, actor-network theory and non-human ontologies, this Handbook provides a theoretically informed analysis of methodological approaches to this important field.