Toward More Effective Implementation
- The IUCN Academy of Environmental Law series
Edited by Lee Paddock, Du Qun, Louis J. Kotzé, David L. Markell, Kenneth J. Markowitz and Durwood Zaelke
Compliance and enforcement are critical elements of assuring that international environmental treaties and domestic environmental laws actually produce desired environmental outcomes. This timely work provides a comprehensive worldwide perspective on how to assure compliance with and enforcement of environmental laws more effectively.
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- Chapter 1: Interlinkages between Multi-Lateral Environmental Agreements: International Compliance Cooperation
- Chapter 2: Compliance and Enforcement of International Environmental Conventions in Australia
- Chapter 3: The Environmental Jurisprudence of International Tribunals: Does Sustainability Make a Difference?
- Chapter 4: Giving the Public a Voice in MEA Compliance Mechanisms
- Chapter 5: Enforcing International Environmental Law through Domestic Law Mechanisms in the United States: Civil Society Initiatives Against Global Warming
- Chapter 6: Doing What’s Important: Setting Priorities for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Programs
- Chapter 7: Organizational Liability for Environmental Crimes in Civil and Common Law Systems
- Chapter 8: Federal Civil Environmental Enforcement in the United States: Process, Players, and Priorities
- Chapter 9: Does Self-Policing Improve Environmental Compliance?
- Chapter 10: Solution to Compensation for Transboundary Pollution Damage: A Case Study on the Songhua River Pollution Accident
- Chapter 11: Driving Compliance to and Enforcement of South African Legislation by Means of a Hybrid of ‘New’ Environmental Governance Instruments
- Chapter 12: Lowering Barriers to Judicial Enforcement: Civil Procedure and Environmental Ethics
- Chapter 13: Principled Sentencing for Environmental Offences
- Chapter 14: Improving Environmental Protection in China: The Role of Green GDP in Encouraging Local Government Heads to Implement Environmental Law
- Chapter 15: Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Measures: Opportunities and Challenges of Local Authorities in South Africa
- Chapter 16: The Enforcement of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading in Europe: Reliability Ensured?
- Chapter 17: Globalization and the Evolution of Environmental Governance in China’s Socialist Market Economy
- Chapter 18: Enforcement Against Illegal Logging in the Brazilian Amazon
- Chapter 19: Judicial Enforcement of Liabilities and Responsibilities for Pollution Prevention and Remediation: No more ‘Business as Usual’ for South African Mines
- Chapter 20: Legislation for Sustainable Forest Management in the Central African Sub-Region: What Prospects for Effective Implementation?
- Chapter 21: An Assessment of Marine Environmental Compliance and Enforcement in the Pacific Islands Region
- Chapter 22: The Recognition and Enforcement of Indigenous Customary Law in Environmental Regimes and Natural Resource Management
- Chapter 23: Public Interest Litigation as a Mechanism for Enforcing Environmental Rights and Duties in Uganda
- Chapter 24: The Role of Local Communities in Environmental and Natural Resources Management: The Case of Kenya
- Chapter 25: Compliance and Enforcement Related to Mandatory Corporate Reporting Requirements: Is There a Future?
- Chapter 26: The Role of Local Communities in Environmental and Natural Resources Management: The Case of Kenya
- Chapter 27: Compliance and Enforcement Related to Mandatory Corporate Reporting Requirements: Is there a Future?
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