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The Environment Through the Lens of International Courts and Tribunals

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 06/2022
Edizione: 1st ed. 2022





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This book brings together leading and emerging scholars and practitioners to present an overview of how regional, international and transnational courts and tribunals are engaging with the environment. 

With the natural world under unprecedented pressure, the book highlights the challenges and opportunities presented by international dispute resolution for the protection of the environment and the further development of international environmental law. Presented in three parts, it addresses how individual courts and tribunals engage with environmental matters (Part I); how courts and tribunals are resolving key issues common to environmental litigation (Part II); and future opportunities and developments in the field (Part III). 

The book is an essential one-stop-shop for students, practitioners and academics alike interested in international litigation and the protection of our global environment.

Edgardo Sobenes is an international lawyer and consultant in international law (ESILA), Sarah Mead is a lawyer specialising in international environmental and human rights law, and Benjamin Samson is a researcher at the Université Paris Nanterre and consultant in international law.





Sommario

Chapter 1. The Emergence of International Environmental Law: A Brief History from the Stockholm Conference to Agenda 2030.- Part I. A Fragmented Jurisdictional Landscape.- Chapter 2. The International Court of Justice and the Protection of the Environment.- Chapter 3. The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.- Chapter 4. The Protection of the Environment through Inter-State Arbitration.- Chapter 5. The World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Mechanism.- Chapter 6.  Crimes against the Environment: What Role for the International Criminal Court?.- Chapter 7. The European Court of Human Rights and the Environment.- Chapter 8. The European Union Court System and the Protection of the Environment.- Chapter 9. The Inter-American Court of Human Rights.- Chapter 10. The Protection of the Environment before African Regional Courts and Tribunals.- Chapter 11. Environmental Protection in International Investment Arbitration: From Defences to Counterclaims.- Chapter 12. Commercial Arbitration.- Part II. Key Issues in International Environmental Proceedings.- Chapter 13. Jurisdiction and Applicable Law (jurisdiction ratione materiae).- Chapter 14. Access to and Participation in Proceedings before International Courts and Tribunals.- Chapter 15. Provisional Measures.- Chapter 16. Proving Environmental Harm before International Courts and Tribunals.- Chapter 17. State Responsibility and Liability.- Chapter 18. The Principles of International Environmental Law through the lens of International Courts and Tribunals.- Part III. Future Opportunities and Developments.- Chapter 19. Reflections on International Environmental Adjudication: International Adjudication vs. Compliance Mechanisms in Multilateral Environmental Agreements.- Chapter 20. Climate Change Litigation: National Courts as Agents of International Law Development.- Chapter 21. A Growing Role for the UN Security Council?.- Chapter 22. Application of World Law by International Courts and Tribunals to Protect the Environment.- Chapter 23. General Conclusions.- Table of Cases.- Table of Treaties.- Index.





Autore

Edgardo Sobenes is an international lawyer and consultant in international law (ESILA), Sarah Mead is a lawyer specialising in international environmental and human rights law, and Benjamin Samson is a researcher at the Université Paris Nanterre and consultant in international law.











Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9789462655065

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 1316 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:XVI, 755 p. 4 illus., 1 illus. in color.
Pagine Arabe: 755
Pagine Romane: xvi


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