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Author: Anne Peters

. Under Article 51A of the Indian Constitution, “[i]t shall be the duty of every citizen of India – . . . (g) to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wild life, and to have compassion for living creatures”1434. The Court said that this provision (Art. 51A

In: Animals in International Law

reincarnation in the next life. The Buddhist concept not-self (the idea that there is no permanent or semi-permanent “soul” or “ego” that occupies a living being) would seem to pose a barrier 891 Sharia is cognizant of the constraints on human choice in its accountability system : the traditional

In: Establishing Norms in a Kaleidoscopic World
Author: Anne Peters

, and with it, for wild and liminal animals (see above Sec. A). An extreme case of strategically motivated environmental pollution was, besides the already mentioned spraying of chemicals in the Vietnam War, the oil spill in the Gulf region in the course of the 1990/91 war between UN

In: Animals in International Law
Author: Anne Peters

had suggested that: “Governments should establish a set of millennium consumption goals for the period 2012-2020 towards creating an intergenerational and internationally shared right to equitable consumption opportunities and ensuring the quality of life and well-being of all people by 2020

In: Animals in International Law
Author: Anne Peters

“[d]amage to various agricultural crops caused by feeding and trampling as well being a threat to human life”157. The proposal postulates that “elephants must be able to contribute significant economic value to the landholder and the economy of Zambia” 158. Therefore, Zambia demanded “sustainable

In: Animals in International Law

the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CAMLR), 1980, ILM, Vol. 19 (1980), p. 841. 246 Rüdiger Wolfrum Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty 612. The Antarctic Treaty system constitutes a regime serving community interests through cooperation. This has  been

In: Solidarity and Community Interests
Author: Anne Peters

EU’s livestock sector represents 45 per cent of its total agricultural activity and provides around 4 million jobs 602. The food-supplying animals have been bred for maximum productivity and live only a short fraction of their natural life span. For example, the estimated 4 billion broiler

In: Animals in International Law

  Unfinishable  Story  of  Justice”,  International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol. 62 (2013), pp. 31-54. 988 A/RES/3201 (S. XV), 1 May 1974. 989 A/RES/3281 (XXIX), 12 December 1974. 990 World Charter for Nature, A/RES/37/7 (note 476). 991 IUCN et al., World Conservation Strategy: Living Resource

In: Solidarity and Community Interests

future appears to be such a fundamental element of human [p56]life that it may be permitted here to take this element as the starting point for all further analysis on trustLuhmann (note 19), at p. 1: Trust as “confidence in one’s own expectations to other persons’ behaviour”, and this confidence