3 edition of Law and sustainable development since Rio found in the catalog.
Law and sustainable development since Rio
2002 by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Legal trends in agriculture and natural resource management|
|Statement||FAO Legal Office.|
|Series||FAO legislative study,, 73|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Legal Office.|
|LC Classifications||K3585 .L395 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 376 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||2003422251|
Thus, it is incorporated in various environmental treaties as well as in international fisheries agreements, the Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organisation WTO and EU law. This has been directed on the principle of 'polluter pays'. It is quite obvious that the object of the above principle was to make the polluter liable not only for the compensation to the victims but also for the cost of restoring of environmental degradation. For Further Details Contact: editor legalserviceindia.
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Union of India, the petitioner through a PIL brought to the notice of the supreme court that the state government of Rajasthan though empowered to make rules to protect environment, failed to do so and in contrary allowed mining work to continue within the forest area. In theory, such measures encourage producers of pollution to make cleaner products or to use cleaner technologies. Environmental Law for Sustainability: A Reader. The integration principle Environmental protection requires that due consideration be given to the potential consequences of environmentally fateful decisions. The learning environment itself must adapt and apply a whole-institution approach to embed the philosophy of sustainable development. The concept appears, often as an objective or preambular reference, in most international statements and declarations related to environmental, social and economic issues since the Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit.
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There are still too few leaders with knowledge about global sustainable development challenges to affect the scalable changes that are needed. But before Vellore Citizen's case, the Supreme Court has in many cases tried to keep the balance between ecology and development.
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Sachs balances alarming forecasts with signs of progress. In the Rio Declaration  and Agenda 21 governments committed to the "further development of international law on sustainable development, giving special attention to the delicate balance between environmental and developmental concerns.
With this new project, the CISDL sought to develop a tool for researchers around the world studying the legal dimension of sustainable development. This edited collection includes a preface by Harold Koh, and contributions from judges, academics, and stakeholders.
Not only is she a prolific author, but she has provided legal advice on the implementation of international treaties on sustainable development to the United Nations and governments around the world. It is quite obvious that the object of the above principle was to make the polluter liable not only for the compensation to the victims but also for the cost of restoring of environmental degradation.
Likewise, various forests have also been protected. Furthermore, Agenda 21 emphasises that broad public participation in decision making is a fundamental prerequisite for achieving sustainable development.
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Edward Elgar, ; p. Key commitments included those on sustainable consumption and production, water and sanitation, and energy.
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It has also featured as an object and purpose of many international economic, social and environmental treaties involving developed and developing countriesas a concept which guides the decisions of international courts and tribunals, and the holdings of judges in national courts around the world.
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Jeff Sachs's admirable book explains what sustainable development means, why it matters, and our history in relation to our environment. Table of Contents and other publisher information. The integration principle Environmental protection requires that due consideration be given to the potential consequences of environmentally fateful decisions.
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Here the tenacious grip of technological, political and other. The shift towards more inclusive development goals will now require transformative changes in the way society deals with the above-mentioned challenges: from the economy to life sciences to law, existing institutions and systems of rules must remove the obstacles to sustainable development and actively promote the achievement of the 17 Goals.
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