Research Handbook on Biodiversity and Law
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Research Handbook on Biodiversity and Law

Edited by Michael Bowman, Peter Davies and Edward Goodwin

This wide-ranging Handbook presents a range of perspectives from leading international experts reflecting up-to-date research thinking on the subject of biodiversity law, the crucial importance of which to human welfare is only now being fully appreciated. Through a rigorous examination of the principles, procedures and practices that characterise this area of law, this timely volume effectively highlights its objectives, implementation, achievements, and prospects. Presenting thematic rather than regime-based coverage, the editors demonstrate the state-of-the-art of current research and identify future research needs and directions.
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Chapter 10: The Convention on Biological Diversity and the concept of sustainable development: the extent and manner of the Convention’s application of components of the concept

Veit Koester

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JOBNAME: Bowman PAGE: 3 SESS: 4 OUTPUT: Wed Mar 30 11:15:41 2016 10. The Convention on Biological Diversity and the concept of sustainable development: the extent and manner of the Convention’s application of components of the concept1 Veit Koeste...

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