Differential treatment in international environmental law

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Oxford University Press , Oxford, New York
Environmental law, International., Environmental policy -- Developing countries., Environmenta
StatementLavanya Rajamani.
SeriesOxford monographs in international law
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LC ClassificationsK3585 .R34 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 281 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20573324M
ISBN 100199280703
LC Control Number2005026746

This book is a comprehensive study of differential treatment for developing countries in international environmental law. It offers a compelling analysis of the legal dimension of the relationship between developed and developing countries in the environmental field and beyond.

About this book. This text is a comprehensive study of differential treatment for developing countries in international environmental law.

It offers an analysis of the legal dimension of the relationship between developed and developing countries in the environmental field and beyond. With increasing disparities between nations, worsening poverty, and divergent historical, economic and political realities the international community faces significant hurdles in crafting a common platform for environmental action.

The integration of countries into international environmental regimes is a central challenge. Differential treatment refers to the use of norms. Differential treatment refers to the use of norms that provide different, or more advantageous treatment to some states.

This book explores the value of differential treatment for developing countries, and examines the basis for and boundaries of differential treatment in international environmental by: It suggests certain boundaries to differential treatment in international environmental law, and explores in detail the reach of differential treatment in the climate regime.

The conflict between industrial and developing countries has thus far significantly impaired the ambition of the international environmental agenda. Get this from a library.

Differential treatment in international environmental law. [Lavanya Rajamani] -- This text explores the value of differential treatment in integrating developing countries into international environmental regimes. It. A review of Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law by Phillippe Cullet.

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It is after all in the environmental field, as the author puts it, that the developed world's complicity in exploitation is most apparent, and hence the greater relative success of the pursuit of differential treatment in the field of international environmental by: 3. International environmental law, sustainable development, and differential treatment: an introduction --A conceptual framework for differential treatment --Differential treatment in international law --Differential treatment at the implementation level: technology transfer and implementation aid --Differential treatment in practice: the case.

International Environmental Law Introduction. International environmental law is a body of international law concerned with protecting the environment, primarily through bilateral and multilateral international agreements.

International environmental law developed as a subset of international law in the mid-twentieth century. Although conservation movements developed in.

This book explores the value of differential treatment in integrating developing countries into international environmental regimes. It systematically categorizes and analyses the terms of integration, respecting differential treatment across new generation environmental treaties.

It ferrets out the philosophical and practical bases for. Differential treatment, which refers to instances where the principle of sovereign equality is sidelined to accommodate extraneous factors, such as divergences in levels of economic development or unequal capacities to tackle a given problem, constitutes one possible avenue to make international law more responsive to these new challenges and.

To further the study of differential treatments within international environmental agreements, this chapter looks into the several different aspects of differential treatment in international law.

Also, since differential treatment may manifest itself either implicitly or explicitly and through different degrees, this chapter also examines the different needs for such differential treatment. 1 The conceptual framework for differential treatment is articulated in detail in P.

Cullet, Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law (Ashgate, ). 2 UN General Assembly Resolution 70/1, Transforming our World: The Agenda for Sustainable Development, UN Doc.

A/RES/70/1 (), Declaration, para. 12, available at:File Size: KB. 1 The term Special and Differential Treatment (‘S&D’) within the World Trade Organization (WTO) legal system describes preferential provisions and flexibilities regarding trade policies disciplines which allow a differentiated treatment for developing countries and least-developed countries by justifying deviation from the most-favoured-nation clause.

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This book is a valuable and authoritative contribution on the topic of differential treatment in international environmental law." Review of European Comparative and International Environmental Law (): "Rajamani presents her argument for differential treatment as well as its limits in a convincing and novel way.

Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law, is a direct outgrowth of the s movement (p). Similarly, his contention that the post-Uruguay Round trading system has been “reluctant” to extend Differential.

Huggins, Anna and Karim, Md Saiful Shifting Traction: Differential Treatment and Substantive and Procedural Regard in the International Climate Change Regime. Transnational Environmental Law, Vol. 5, Issue. 2, p. DeWitt, Calvin B. III. Earth Stewardship and Laudato Si’. The Author: Neil Craik.

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1 The conceptual framework for differential treatment is articulated in detail in P. Cullet, Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law (Ashgate, ). 2 UN General Assembly Resolution 70/1, Transforming our World: The Agenda for Sustainable Development, UN Doc.

A/RES/70/1 (), Declaration, para. 12, available at. “International Environmental Law is a very good new textbook, which aims at providing a basic understanding of the subject for students and practitioners. Indeed, the book offers a short, but rather comprehensive treatment of international environmental law, by placing this area in the broader context of public international by: Book review of "Diffferential Treatment in International Environmental Law", by Rajamani, L.

[Review of: Rajamani, L. () Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law]. / van Asselt, H.D. In: Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, Vol.

16 (2),p. Author: Harro Van Asselt. Includes bibliographical references (p. []) and index.

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Equality among unequals in international environmental law: differential treatment for developing countriesPages: The changing fortunes of differential treatment in the evolution of international environmental law Article in International Affairs 88(3) May with 83 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

1 L. Rajamani,‘The Nature, Promise, and Limits of Differential Treatment in the Climate Regime, in Ole Kristian Fauchald & Jacob Werksman (Eds.), Year Book of International Environmental Law, Oxford University Press.

vol. 16, p. 82(). 2 Id. The International Environmental Law Research Centre (or IELRC) is an independent, non-profit research organisation established in It is an Association under Articles 60ff of the Swiss Civil Code.

It has offices in the International Environment House in Geneva, Switzerland, Nairobi, Kenya and New Delhi, India. The negotiation of international environmental agreements is rendered less effective and more costly than necessary on account of the incentives for rent seeking.

This article argues that the problem of rent seeking in this context is complicated by the legitimate demand for the differential treatment of relevant heterogeneity, when insufficient information is available to Cited by: 6. differential treatment in international law.

The last part of the article assesses the contribution of differentiation to the development of international law.

While this article purports to give a broad view of differential treatment in international law, it focuses specifically on international environmental law because of its special. “What Is International Environmental Law?” is the introductory chapter and gives a flavor of the approach taken by the book as a whole.

Using an encounter I once had with an NGO fundraiser as a jumping off point, the chapter explores the scope of international environmental law as well three different perspectives on its by: 1. The system of international environmental law Taking first the wide definition of the environment how far can it be said that the international community has progressed towards developing a system of environmental law to achieve the objectives of the UNCHE Declaration, of subsequent conferences and of concerned and influential.Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law By Rajamani Lavanya [Oxford University Pre January International and Comparative Law Quarterly Kerry Tetzlaff.Book Review: Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law.

By Maxwell O. Chibundu. Abstract. A review of Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law by Phillippe Cullet. Brookfield, Ashgate Publishing Co., Topics: international Author: Maxwell O.

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