This book offers a cutting-edge scholarly discussion of judicial and legal methods to reconcile national and international economic, social and environmental law for sustainable development. A diverse anthology of perspectives from developed and developing countries, the book contains contributions from judges, international lawyers and other experts with a wealth of experience in the emerging field of sustainable development law.
It presents negotiators, scholars and jurists with a lively, thought-provoking and highly current discussion of international legal debates related to sustainable development.
The final part discusses future developments in sustainable development law, based on the results of three recent international processes.
Sustainable Justice weaves a diverse and intriguing collection, reflecting a vigorous yet practical international legal debate of crucial importance to our common future.
A wide range of examples is included from a vast selection of topics, offering concise reflections on experiences in implementing sustainable development into various parts of the international legal system.'
Environmental Liability, 2005.
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