Monday, December 6, 2010
Elisa Morgera (Edinburgh) has posted Introduction to European Environmental Law from an International Environmental Law Perspective, forthcoming in INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: AN ANTHOLOGY, T. Chowdhury, ed. The abstract:
This contribution illustrates the development of the environmental law of the EU from an international environmental law perspective. It highlights the external and internal dimensions of EU environmental law and their interaction. It also outlines the role of the EU institutions in the development and implementation of EU environmental law, as well as the objectives and principles of the EU environmental law, focusing specifically on environmental integration and sustainable development. It concludes by pointing to some of the present challenges facing EU environmental law.
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