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Title International judicial practice on the environment : questions of legitimacy / edited by Christina Voigt, Universitetet i Oslo.

Published Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2019.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource ( pages cm..)
Series Studies on international courts and tribunals
Studies on international courts and tribunals.
Notes Includes index.
Contents International courts and the environment : the quest for legitimacy / Christina Voigt -- The environment before the European Court of Justice / Ludwig Kramer -- The EU Aarhus regulation and EU administrative acts based on the Aarhus regulation : the withdrawal of the CJEU from the Aarhus convention / Katja Rath -- Access to justice before EU courts in environmental cases against the backdrop of the Aarhus convention : balancing between pathological stubbornness and cognitive dissonance? / Hendrik Schoukens -- Scientific uncertainties : a nightmare for environmental adjudicators / Tracey Kanhanga -- Ignorance, uncertainty and biodiversity : decision making by the Court of Justice of the European Union / Volker Mauerhofer -- Sustainable development before international courts and tribunals : duty to cooperate and states' good faith / Kazuki Hagiwara -- The Paris agreement : new legal avenues to support a transboundary harm claim on the basis of climate change / Kurt Winter -- The Court of Justice of the European Union and the high level of environmental protection : transforming a policy objective into a concept amenable to judicial review / Delphine Misonne -- When environmental protection and human rights collide : four heuristics of conflict resolution / Marie-Catherine Petersmann -- Silent implications of US-Tuna II : greening market behaviour through the WTO / Cristiane Derani and Arthur Rodrigues Dalmarco -- Adjudication of environmental impact assessment claims before international courts and tribunals / Andrew B. Loewenstein -- Litigation as a climate regulatory tool / Jacqueline Peel and Hari Osofsky -- Administrative procedures and rule of law values in the montreal compliance system / Anna Huggins -- Legitimacy questions of non-compliance procedures : examples from the Kyoto and Montreal protocol / Zerin Savasan -- Environmental ombudsman: its role in the system of accountability mechanisms for administrative environmental decision making / Mahito Shindo -- The role of NGOs in monitoring compliance under the World Heritage Convention : options for an improved tripartite regime / Evan Hamman -- Beyond litigation : the need for creativity in working to realize environmental rights / Lisa Chamberlain.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Cambridge Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Description based on print version record.
Other author Voigt, Christina, 1971- editor.
Cambridge University Press.
Subject Environmental law, International -- Cases.
Environmental law -- European Union countries -- Cases.
International courts.
Political questions and judicial power.
Local series Cambridge Books Online
ISBN 9781108684385 (electronic book)
1108684386 (electronic book)
9781108750073 (electronic book)
1108750079 (electronic book)

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