77794 International Environmental Law
This subject introduces students to international law relating to conservation and management of the environment. Particular areas that may be considered include the precautionary principle, sustainable development, marine pollution, climate change, conservation of biological diversity, marine pollution, trade in hazardous substances, climate change, conservation and biological diversity, protection of world heritage. The impact of international environmental law on domestic legal systems is also considered, including questions of domestic incorporation of principles of international and civil law.
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