Yearbook of International Environmental Law: Volume 18, 2007 by Ole Kristian Fauchald

Yearbook of International Environmental Law: Volume 18, 2007

EditorOle Kristian Fauchald, David Hunter, Wang Xi

Hardcover | January 15, 2009

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The Yearbook of International Environmental Law has established itself as a vital source of information and analysis in an increasingly important legal field. The contributors for this volume are drawn from leading figures around the world who, together with the expert team of editors, havecreated the best source of information on world-wide events in this field. The article section contains top-quality essays on topical subjects; the year-in-review section offers a round-up of legal developments in every part of the world.

About The Author

Ole Kristian Fauchald is Associate Professor in the Department of Public and International Law of the University of Oslo, Norway. David Hunter is Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Environmental Law Program at the American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C., USA Professor Wang Xi

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Title:Yearbook of International Environmental Law: Volume 18, 2007Format:HardcoverDimensions:842 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:January 15, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199545537

ISBN - 13:9780199545537

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Table of Contents

1. David Hunter: Regional treaties - Lessons to be learned for global Regimes2. Wiek Schrage and Keith Bull: Environmental legal instruments in the UNECE region3. Eric Dannenmaier: Europe's commitment to environmental citizenship - Article 3.7 of the Aarhus Convention and public participation in international fora4. Michelle-Ann Williams: Regional Environmental Agreements and Initiatives in the Americas: Filling Institutional and Substantive Gaps5. Gabriel Eckstein and Amy Hardberger: State Practice in the Management and Allocation of Transboundary Ground Water Resources in North America6. Willem D Lubbe: Straddling borders and legal regimes: The case for co-operative transfrontier biodiversity conservation in SADC