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Gaps in International Environmental Law

by Maria Antonia Tigre

Gaps in International Environmental Law Synopsis

The United Nations has set in motion a process to discuss and potentially reach agreement on a Global Pact for the Environment. This book informs those discussions, providing a deep dive into the challenges that characterize international environmental law today as well as the necessary background on the past five decades during which these frameworks were created. The book also describes contemporary negotiations about how, and even whether, to clarify and strengthen the norms that guide us today. By providing a clear picture of the competing trajectories of the current state of the law and our environment, this book equips readers with the knowledge and confidence to shape the future evolution of international environmental law.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781585762194
Publication date: 12th July 2020
Author: Maria Antonia Tigre
Publisher: Environmental Law Institute an imprint of West Academic
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 248 pages
Categories: International environmental law, Environment, transport & planning law,

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