Emerging Principles of International Environmental Law is ideally suited for any law or environmental studies student, practitioner or law academic who is interested in the legal status of emerging principles in the field of international environmental law. Among its highlights, the text examines the interaction of principles/concepts such as sustainable development, the precautionary principle etc., with one another and how the present international environmental law regime has taken the vast disparity between developed and developing countries into account in designing innovative methods to accommodate this disparity.redesign of the PPP which will adapt it to the issues of the 1990s.a43 He also refers to the Guiding Principles Relating to Accidental Pollution as a definitive OECD interpretation and expansion ... For the first time, the high priests of the PPP have interpreted it to include an ex post obligation to pay for harms caused ... 44 Id. 45 Id. 46 OECD, Joint Working Party on Trade and Environment, The Polluter-Pays Principle as it Relates to International Trade, COM/ENV/TD(2001) 44/FINAL, Dec.
|Title||:||Emerging Principles of International Environmental Law|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2007-04-30|