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International Environmental Disputes

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  This article assesses a related but less examined question, namely whether in resolving disputes touching upon environmental issues some of these adjudicative bodies are destabilising key organising rules and principles of international environmental law by adopting parochial approaches that suit the narrow purposes of non-environmental issue Cited by: 6.   Litigating Environmental Disputes: Courts, Tribunals and the Progressive Development of International Environmental Law [Contribution to the Liber Amicorum of Judge Thomas Menash – ] Philippe Sands Over the past fifteen years environmental issues have been addressed by a growing number of international. Part III of this book, dealing with “the methods of managing conflicts,” contains an extensive overview of the field from a political science perspective. Brownlie, Ian. “The Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes.” Chinese Journal of International Law (): – DOI: /chinesejil/jmp E .   Research Handbook on International Marine Environmental Law - Ebook written by Rosemary Rayfuse. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Research Handbook on International Marine Environmental : Rosemary Rayfuse.


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