The Oxford handbook of international environmental law / edited by Lavanya Rajamani and Jacqueline Peel.  (Text) (Text)

Rajamani, Lavanya | Peel, Jacqueline, 1974-
Call no.: K3585 .O94 2021Call no.: 344.046Publication: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2021Edition: 2nd edDescription: xciii, 1130 pNotes: Reprint. Originally published: 2017. ISBN: 9780198849155 (hbk.); 019884915XOther title: Handbook of international environmental lawSubject(s): Environmental law, InternationalDDC classification: 344.046 LOC classification: K3585 | .O94 2021
Contents:Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- Contributors -- International Environmental Law: Changing Context, Emerging Trends, and Expanding Frontiers / Lavanya Rajamani and Jacqueline Peel -- Part I Context -- Discourses / John S Dryzek -- Origin and History / Peter H Sand -- Multilevel and Polycentric Governance / Jeffrey L Dunoff -- Fragmentation / Margaret A Young -- Instrument Choice / David M Driesen -- Scholarship / Duncan French and and Lynda Collins -- Legal Imagination and Teaching /Elizabeth Fisher -- Part II Analytical Approaches -- International Relations Theory / Peter Lawrence -- Economics / Michael Faure -- Global South Approaches / Sumudu Atapattu -- Feminist Approaches / Rowena Maguire -- Ethical Considerations / Alexander Gillespie -- Earth Jurisprudence / Cormac Cullinan -- The Role of Science / Sam Johnston -- Part III Conceptual Pillars -- Harm Prevention / Jutta Brunnee -- Sustainable Development / Jorge E Vinuales -- Precaution / Jacqueline Peel – Differentiation / Philippe Cullet –Equity / Werner Scholtz -- Public Participation / Jonas Ebbesson -- Good Faith / Akiho Shibata -- Part IV Normative Development -- Customary International Law and the Environment / Pierre-Marie Dupuy, Ginevra Le Moli, and Jorge E Vinuales -- Multilateral Environmental Treaty Making / Daniel Bodansky -- Soft Law / Alan Boyle -- Private and Quasi-Private Standards / Joanne Scott -- Judicial Development / Cymie R Payne -- Part V Subject Matter -- Transboundary Air Pollution / Phoebe Okowa -- Climate Change / Lavanya Rajamani and Jacob D Werksman -- Freshwater Resources / Salman M A Salman -- The Protection of the Marine Environment Pollution and Fisheries / Adriana Fabra -- Wildlife / Annecoos Wiersema -- Hazardous Substances and Activities / David A Wirth and Noah M Sachs -- Aviation and Maritime Transport / Beatriz Martinez Romera -- Part VI Actors -- The State / Thilo Marauhn -- International Institutions / Ellen Hey -- Regional Organizations the European Union / Sandrine Maljean-Dubois -- Non-State Actors / J Michael Angstadt and Michele Betsill -- Sub-National Actors / Hari M Osofsky -- Epistemic Communities / Peter M Haas -- Business and Industry / Benjamin J Richardson and Beate Sjafjell -- Indigenous Peoples / Jacinta Ruru -- Part VII Inter-linkages with Other Regimes -- Trade / Harro van Asselt -- Investment / Kate Miles -- Human Rights / John H Knox -- Migration / Walter Kalin -- Disaster / Robert R M Verchick and Paul Rink -- Intellectual Property / Lisa Benjamin -- Energy / Catherine Redgwell -- Armed Conflict and the Environment /Carl Bruch, Cymie R Payne, and Britta Sjostedt -- Compliance Theory / Ronald B Mitchell -- Transparency Procedures / Tom Sparks and Anne Peters -- Market Mechanisms / Michael A Mehling -- Financial Assistance / Laurence Boisson de Chazournes -- Technology Assistance and Transfers / Shawkat Alam -- Non-Compliance Procedures / Meinhard Doelle -- Effectiveness / Steinar Andresen -- International Environmental Responsibility and Liability / Christina Voigt -- National Implementation / Alice Palmer -- International Environmental Law Disputes Before International Courts and Tribunals / Natalie Klein -- Part IX International Environmental Law in National / Regional Courts Africa / Louis J Kotze -- China / Jolene S Lin -- European Union/United Kingdom / Eloise Scotford -- India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan / Shibani Ghosh -- North America / Natasha Affolder -- Oceania / Tim Stephens -- South America / Maria Antonia Tigre -- Index.
Summary: The second edition of this leading reference work provides a comprehensive discussion of the dynamic and important field of international law concerned with environmental protection. The handbook discusses the key principles underpinning international environmental law, its relevant actors and tools, and rules applying in its substantive sub-fields such as climate law, oceans law, wildlife and biodiversity law, and hazardous substances regulation. It also explores the intersection of international environmental law with other areas of international law, such as those concerned with trade, investment, disaster, migration, armed conflict, intellectual property, energy, and human rights. The handbook sets its discussion of international environmental law in the broader interdisciplinary context of developments in science, ethics, politics, and economics, which inform the way in which environmental rules are made, implemented, and enforced. It provides an introduction to the foundations of international environmental law while also engaging with questions at the frontiers of research, teaching, and practice in the field, including the role of global South perspectives, the contribution made by Earth jurisprudence, and the growing role of a diverse range of actors from Indigenous peoples to business and industry. It is an essential reference text for all engaged with environmental issues at the international level and the applicable governance and regulatory structures.
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Reprint. Originally published: 2017.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- Contributors -- International Environmental Law: Changing Context, Emerging Trends, and Expanding Frontiers / Lavanya Rajamani and Jacqueline Peel -- Part I Context -- Discourses / John S Dryzek -- Origin and History / Peter H Sand -- Multilevel and Polycentric Governance / Jeffrey L Dunoff -- Fragmentation / Margaret A Young -- Instrument Choice / David M Driesen -- Scholarship / Duncan French and and Lynda Collins -- Legal Imagination and Teaching /Elizabeth Fisher -- Part II Analytical Approaches -- International Relations Theory / Peter Lawrence -- Economics / Michael Faure -- Global South Approaches / Sumudu Atapattu -- Feminist Approaches / Rowena Maguire -- Ethical Considerations / Alexander Gillespie -- Earth Jurisprudence / Cormac Cullinan -- The Role of Science / Sam Johnston -- Part III Conceptual Pillars -- Harm Prevention / Jutta Brunnee -- Sustainable Development / Jorge E Vinuales -- Precaution / Jacqueline Peel – Differentiation / Philippe Cullet –Equity / Werner Scholtz -- Public Participation / Jonas Ebbesson -- Good Faith / Akiho Shibata -- Part IV Normative Development -- Customary International Law and the Environment / Pierre-Marie Dupuy, Ginevra Le Moli, and Jorge E Vinuales -- Multilateral Environmental Treaty Making / Daniel Bodansky -- Soft Law / Alan Boyle -- Private and Quasi-Private Standards / Joanne Scott -- Judicial Development / Cymie R Payne -- Part V Subject Matter -- Transboundary Air Pollution / Phoebe Okowa -- Climate Change / Lavanya Rajamani and Jacob D Werksman -- Freshwater Resources / Salman M A Salman -- The Protection of the Marine Environment Pollution and Fisheries / Adriana Fabra -- Wildlife / Annecoos Wiersema -- Hazardous Substances and Activities / David A Wirth and Noah M Sachs -- Aviation and Maritime Transport / Beatriz Martinez Romera -- Part VI Actors -- The State / Thilo Marauhn -- International Institutions / Ellen Hey -- Regional Organizations the European Union / Sandrine Maljean-Dubois -- Non-State Actors / J Michael Angstadt and Michele Betsill -- Sub-National Actors / Hari M Osofsky -- Epistemic Communities / Peter M Haas -- Business and Industry / Benjamin J Richardson and Beate Sjafjell -- Indigenous Peoples / Jacinta Ruru -- Part VII Inter-linkages with Other Regimes -- Trade / Harro van Asselt -- Investment / Kate Miles -- Human Rights / John H Knox -- Migration / Walter Kalin -- Disaster / Robert R M Verchick and Paul Rink -- Intellectual Property / Lisa Benjamin -- Energy / Catherine Redgwell -- Armed Conflict and the Environment /Carl Bruch, Cymie R Payne, and Britta Sjostedt -- Compliance Theory / Ronald B Mitchell -- Transparency Procedures / Tom Sparks and Anne Peters -- Market Mechanisms / Michael A Mehling -- Financial Assistance / Laurence Boisson de Chazournes -- Technology Assistance and Transfers / Shawkat Alam -- Non-Compliance Procedures / Meinhard Doelle -- Effectiveness / Steinar Andresen -- International Environmental Responsibility and Liability / Christina Voigt -- National Implementation / Alice Palmer -- International Environmental Law Disputes Before International Courts and Tribunals / Natalie Klein -- Part IX International Environmental Law in National / Regional Courts Africa / Louis J Kotze -- China / Jolene S Lin -- European Union/United Kingdom / Eloise Scotford -- India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan / Shibani Ghosh -- North America / Natasha Affolder -- Oceania / Tim Stephens -- South America / Maria Antonia Tigre -- Index.

The second edition of this leading reference work provides a comprehensive discussion of the dynamic and important field of international law concerned with environmental protection. The handbook discusses the key principles underpinning international environmental law, its relevant actors and tools, and rules applying in its substantive sub-fields such as climate law, oceans law, wildlife and biodiversity law, and hazardous substances regulation. It also explores the intersection of international environmental law with other areas of international law, such as those concerned with trade, investment, disaster, migration, armed conflict, intellectual property, energy, and human rights. The handbook sets its discussion of international environmental law in the broader interdisciplinary context of developments in science, ethics, politics, and economics, which inform the way in which environmental rules are made, implemented, and enforced. It provides an introduction to the foundations of international environmental law while also engaging with questions at the frontiers of research, teaching, and practice in the field, including the role of global South perspectives, the contribution made by Earth jurisprudence, and the growing role of a diverse range of actors from Indigenous peoples to business and industry. It is an essential reference text for all engaged with environmental issues at the international level and the applicable governance and regulatory structures.

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