Principles of International Environmental Law

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INDEX
Aarhus Convention 1998
Compliance Committee, 209–10
eco-labelling, 861
information rights, 292, 297, 827, 858–9
and NGOs, 113
non-compliance mechanism, 118, 177–8
Aarhus Protocol on Heavy metals, 334–5
Aarhus Protocol on POPs, 334–5, 628
Abidjan Convention 1981, 403
abuse of rights doctrine, 138–51
access to justice
Aarhus Convention, 297
OECD recommendations, 196
Rio Declaration, 119–20
accidents
Amoco Cadiz, 394, 450
Bahia Paraiso, 711
Chernobyl. See Chernobyl accident
consultation, 840
Cosmos 954, 202, 887, 897–8
Exxon Valdez, 394, 442, 890
Haven, 920–2
industrial. See industrial accidents
and information, 827
nuclear emergencies, 647–8, 794 notification, 844–5
Patmos, 918–20
Prestige, 438
prevention
agreements, 620–1
generally, 620–5
industrial. See industrial accidents
Seveso Directives, 622–3, 785
reporting requirements, 835, 841–3
Sandoz, 479–80, 481
Seveso, 827
Torrey Canyon, 394, 448, 913–15
UN Centre for Urgent Environmental Assistance, 84
ACCOBAMS, 596
accounting, environmental accounting, 864–6
acid rain, 324, 327, 335–6, 478, 729, 757
acquiescence, 149
actio popularis, 187–90
Action Aid, 115
Action Plans, 143
actors, 15, 70. See also international organisations; NGOs, non-state actors; states
adjudication, international adjudication, 26
Afghanistan, 308
Africa
African Nature Convention 1968, 34, 243, 258, 524–6
Bamako Convention. See Bamako Convention
biodiversity agreements, 524–7
East Africa, regional seas, 404–5
hazardous waste, 150, 156
international organisations, 106–7
Lomé Convention, 254, 259, 295, 680, 695, 753, 1022
Lusaka Agreement, 525–6
Nairobi SPA Protocol, 404, 526–7
nuclear weapons, 651
Pelindaba Treaty, 651
rivers, 489–91
sea dumping, 685
wildlife, 28

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