2 edition of State liability for international environmental degradation found in the catalog.
State liability for international environmental degradation
Ralph C. D"Arge
1981 by Resources for the Future in Washington, D.C. (1755 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036) .
Written in English
|Statement||Ralph C. d"Arge and Allen V. Kneese.|
|Series||RFF reprint -- 182|
|Contributions||Kneese, Allen V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -450 ;|
|Number of Pages||450|
of international environmental law in particular, is based upon three different grounds.2 The first one is responsibility based on fault. For that purpose, to incur international responsibility a state must have failed to exercise due diligence in the fulfillment of an international obligation.3 TheCited by: 1. International Environmental Law in a Nutshell This well received book, informed by its interdisciplinary framework, succinctly yet accurately traverses and illuminates the full gamut of international environmental issues, laws and policies challenging the world today. The fifth edition responds to important developments arising subsequent to the fourth edition, relating, inter alia, to Author: Robin Gardner. In recent years, the increasing focus on climate change and environmental degradation has prompted unprecedented attention being paid towards the criminal liability of individuals, organisations and even states for polluting activities. These developments have given rise to a new area of criminological study, often called ‘green criminology’. prepared to compensate for transboundary environmental damage. L The Specific Character of International Liability for Environmental Damage The fundamental legal concept guiding relations between states is the sovereignty of states. According to this principle, states are not restricted in the use of natural resources within their territory as File Size: KB.
Environmental Law and Liability. Author: Glendyr Nel - Associate: significant pollution or degradation of the environment, or (b) detrimentally affects, or is likely to affect, the environment in a significant manner. for environmental crimes. This personal liability also applies to managers, agents or employees who have done or.
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STATE LIABILITY FOR INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION: AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE-RALPH C. d'ARGE* and ALLEN V. KNEESE** INTRODUCTION State responsibility and liability are not clearly defined with respect to environmental degradation. But a limited number of cases and declarations by international tribunals do point in a definable direction.
State have long recognised the role of liability for environmental damage, as well as the gaps and inadequacies which exist. principle 22 of Stockholm declaration recognised gaps and called on states to cooperate to develop further the international law regarding liability and compensation for victims of pollution and other environmental damage /5.
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‘State Liability for Accidental Transnational Environmental Damage by Private Persons’ American Journal of International Law INTRODUCTION. General principles of international law imposing liability on actors for their illegal acts, or for the adverse consequences of their lawful activities, are relatively well developed at a general level, State liability for international environmental degradation book are also reflected State liability for international environmental degradation book the Articles on State Responsibility adopted by the International Law Commission (ILC) in Author: Philippe Sands.
RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW REPLIES TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE 1. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK (a) Liability has become a primary rule of customary international law obligating a recalcitrant State to pay compensation or make amends for the resulting damage for which the State is accountable.
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STATE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY or control do not cause damage to the environment of other States or of areas beyond the limits of national jurisdiction. Principle 22 States shall co-operate to develop further the international law regarding liability and compensation for the victims of pollution and other environmental damage caused by.
The concept of state responsibility has expanded to include transnational and global consequences and in doing so has created entirely new obligations for states. These new obligations, coupled with other emerging developments, combine to greatly expand liability for international environmental degradation.
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Environmental degradation is the deterioration of the environment through depletion of resources such as air, water and soil; the destruction of ecosystems; habitat destruction; the extinction of wildlife; and is defined as any change or disturbance to the environment perceived to be deleterious or undesirable.
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Song Yijie. Supervisor: Muruga Perumal Ramaswamy. A thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of International Law at the University of Macau. File Size: KB. In State Accountability for Space Debris Peter Stubbe examines the legal consequences of space debris pollution which, he argues, is a global environmental concern.
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The book focuses more closely on the particular situation of environmental damage that is caused in. Proponents of the legal approach to environmental protection have already achieved significant successes in such areas as saving endangered species, reducing pollution, and cleaning up whole regions, but skeptics point to ongoing environmental degradation to argue that international law is an ineffective tool for protecting the global environment.
Environmental liability in international law. Cross-border environmental harm is increasing internationally. For many areas - for instance, for the protection of the marine environment - there are instruments which govern liability for environmental harm in specific areas and which contain different conditions for establishing liability.
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Toward an international management of global environmental change Notes. State responsibility, liability, and remedial measures under international law: new criteria for environmental protection. The evolving law of state responsibility 2. New environmental realities and their impact upon the law 3.
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The book s authors provide a logical template for considering the most pertinent issues in international environmental law, including air and climate change, water, chemicals and hazardous materials, site remediation, emergency response, natural resource management, environmental review, and civil and criminal enforcement.
Although environmental degradation and competition for scarce resources are potential sources Overview of international environmental law principles and concepts 23 III. Emerging principles and concepts 24 State liability for lawful acts 55 e) Civil liability regimes for environmental damage 2 STATE RESPONSIBILITY IN AN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CONTEXT 12 The appropriate standard and state conduct 13 3 RULES, PRINCIPLES AND TREATIES GOVERNING INTERNATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 16 Principle 21/Principle 2 17 Sovereign right to exploit natural resources 17 Responsibility not to cause environmental damage Commission on Environmental Law and is currently a Regional Governor of the International Council on Environmental Law.
Sébastien Duyck is a researcher at the Northern Institute for Environmental and Minority Law, University of Lapland, and has specialized in international environmental law, human rights law and the law of the sea. He holds. This e-book, a companion volume to the publication, carries out the same exercise, now focusing on 10 investment arbitration cases decided in the s.
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Although environmental degradation and competition for scarce resources are potential sources 4. Implementation of international environmental law at the national level 20 5.
UNEP’s capacity building programme on environmental law 20 State liability for lawful acts 55 e) Civil liability regimes for environmental damage As recently reaffirmed by the World Summit on Sustainable Development, the integration of environmental, developmental and social challenges is fundamental if the international community is to tackle global poverty and other acute inequalities, whilst at the same time responding to issues of global environmental degradation.
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Gujarat villagers bring International Finance Corporation to book By holding that Gujarat fishermen were entitled to sue the IFC in an American court, the US Supreme Court has expanded the. Environmental assessment (EA) is the assessment of the environmental consequences (positive negative) of a plan, policy, program, or actual projects prior to the decision to move forward with the proposed action.
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First, they constitute state practice and thus indicate the evolution of customary. inconsistent with international rules of state responsibility. It is reflected only weakly in the International Law Commission (ILC) draft articles on liability for non-prohibited acts, and it has been ignored altogether in most international environmental conventions (which focus on prevention.
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