Environmental Change and International Law New Challenges and Dimensions

Overview
  • Edith Brown Weiss

    environmental change
    PUBLICATION DATA:
    ISBN-10: 92-808-0197-X
    LANGUAGE:
    English
    PAGES:
    55
    PUBLISHER:
    United Nations University Press
    PUBLISHED:
    March 1992

    This book addresses issues relating to the changing role of international law and includes topics such as the emerging principles of prevention and mitigation, the implementation of environmental law and the third world, risk assessment, international organizational restructuring, state responsibilities, and quality. Particular focus is given to the need to anticipate approaches to international law for the prevention of environmental harm and the role scientific information can play in establishing cross-national agreements.