Yearbook of International Environmental Law - Vol. 5

Yearbook of International Environmental Law - Vol. 5

Yearbook of International Environmental Law - Vol. 5

Yearbook of International Environmental Law - Vol. 5

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Contents

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Abbreviations ix

List of Contributors xvi

Part 1: Articles

Benedict Kingsbury, The Tuna-Dolphin Controversy, the World Trade Organization, and the Liberal Project to Reconceptualize International Law 1

Jutta Brunée & Stephen J. Toope, Environmental Security and Freshwater Resources: A Case for International Ecosystem Law 41

Dinah L. Shelton, Fair Play, Fair Pay: Preserving Traditional Knowledge and Biological Resources 77

Part 2: The Year in Review

Detailed Table of Reports 115

I. General Developments 125

II. Air and Atmosphere 157

III. Fresh Water 171

IV. Oceans 177

V. Energy 195

VI. International Hazard Management 208

VII. International Commons 225

VIII. Conservation 239

IX. International Economy & Environment 282

X. Country/Region Reports 299

XI. Report from International Courts and Tribunals 478

XII. Reports from Organizations 485

XIII. Special Reports 608

Part 3: Literature Review

Book Reviews

Daniel C. Esty, Greening the GATT: Trade, Environment, and the Future Steve Charnovitz 633

Serge Pannatier, L'Antarctique et la protection internationale de l'environnement Francesco Francioni 637

L. Campiglio, L. Pineschi, D. Siniscalco, T. Treves (eds.), The Environment After Rio: International Law and Economics Mauro Politi 640

Harald Hohmann, Precautionary Legal Duties and Principles of Modern International Law Lothar Gündling 642

Bibliography 646

Part 4: Documents

Table of Documents 675

Index 947

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