International Environmental Law and Policy Cases, Materials, and Problems
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International Environmental Law, Third Edition, is a carefully crafted book of primary materials, with an accompanying Document Supplement, designed to comprehensively and efficiently cover in a one-semester course the international law relating to protection of the environment. The treatment of the topic is up-to-date, including all major treaties and cases on the subject. Specific topics include general international environmental law; transboundary pollution; protection of the atmosphere and climate; international trade and the environment; protection of freshwater resources; protection of the marine environment; the crisis of biological diversity; environmental problems of polar regions, the Arctic, and Antarctica; and environmental responsibilities of non-State actors.
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Shoenbaum, T. J., & Young, M. K