Environmental Protection and Transitions from Conflict to Peace
by C. Stahn, J. Iverson, J. S. Easterday (eds)
Publisher: Oxford University Press 2017
Number of pages: 513
This book is the first targeted work in the legal literature that investigates environmental challenges in the aftermath of conflict. The volume brings together academics, policy-makers, and practitioners from different disciplines to clarify policies and practices of environmental protection and key legal considerations related to normative frameworks (e.g. international environmental law, international humanitarian law, transitional justice, and human rights), the treatment of substantive principles, 'shared responsibility', and accountability mechanisms for environmental damage.
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