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Corporate liability for environmental harm

By Amanda Perry-Kessaris


Book synopsis; This wide-ranging and comprehensive Handbook examines recent developments in international environmental law (IEL) and the crossover effects of this expansion on other areas of public law, such as trade law and law of the sea. The contributors offer analysis on foundational issues in IEL, such as responsibility for environmental damage, sustainable development and the precautionary principle, alongside studies in topical subject areas like marine protection and the law of international watercourses

Topics: law
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Year: 2010
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