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This international journal is created to encourage the exchange of information and experience on all legal, administrative and policy matters relevant to the human and natural environment in its widest sense: air, water and soil pollution as well as waste management; the conservation of flora and fauna; protected areas and land-use control; development and conservation of the world's non-renewable resources. In short, its coverage includes all aspects included in the concept of sustainable development.
For more than three decades Environmental Policy and Law has assumed the role of the leading international forum for policy and legal matters relevant to this field. Environmental Policy and Law is divided into sections for easy accessibility. These sections cover the activities of the United Nations and its specialized agencies, other international developments, regional activities within the framework of European Union, AU, ASEAN, etc., and developments at the national level from all over the world. An important and distinctive feature is the publication of selected documents appearing with the minimum of delay, which are not easily accessible, such as the resolutions from non-public meetings of parliamentarians, guidelines or draft conventions not yet published or newly concluded agreements.
Article Type: Research Article
Abstract: The Three Systems and Mankind (M. Kassas) 119 Réflexions critiques sur le droit international de l'environnement (Michael Bothe) 123 MARPOL – Annex II in Force 127 Wetlands – Legal Problems 128 Economic Summit Conference 128
Citation: Environmental Policy and Law, vol. 17, no. 3-4, pp. 119-128, 1987
Article Type: Research Article
Abstract: New Zealand – New Environmental Administration (T.W. Fookes) 129 Portugal – New Law 134 USA – Oil Spill Liability and Compensation Protocols 134 – Mineral Rights in Wilderness Areas – Just Compensation Feasible? (Nancy Cruickshank and David A. Gulley) 135
Citation: Environmental Policy and Law, vol. 17, no. 3-4, pp. 129-146, 1987
Article Type: Research Article
Abstract: South Pacific – Protocol for the Prevention of Pollution of the Region by Dumping 146 – Protocol Concerning Co-operation in Combating Pollution Emergencies in the Region 149 UNEP – 14th Governing Council – Decisions and Recommendations 151 – African Ministerial Conference on the Environment 151 – First Arab Ministerial Conference on Environmental Considerations in Development 151 – The Action Plan for the Environmentally Sound Management of the Common Zambezi River System 151 – Transfer of Environmental Protection Technology 152 – The Clearing-House Mechanism 152 – Implementation of the Recommendations of …the 1984 Inter-Parliamentary Conference on Environment 152 – Co-operation between UNEP and CIDIE 152 – The Environment Fund 153 – Periodicity and Duration of Governing Council Sessions 153 – Biennial Cycle of Sessions – Draft Resolution for the Consideration of the General Assembly 154 – Amendments to the Rules of Procedure of the Governing Council 154 – Amendments to the Conditions for the Estimation of Future Resources and their Apportionment 154 – Amendment to the Financial Rules of the Fund of the United Nations Environment Programme 154 – World Environment Day 1987 154 – Co-operation with Non-Governmental Organizations 154 – Rationalization of Documentation 155 – Programme Policy and Implementation 155 – Improvement and Harmonization of Environmental Measurement 155 – Environmental Impact Assessment 155 – Biological Diversity 156 – Safe Management of Chemicals 156 – Protection of the Ozone Layer 156 – International Register of Potentially Toxic Chemicals 157 – International Conventions and Protocols in the Field of the Environment 157 – List of Selected Environmentally Harmful Chemical Substances 157 – Environmentally Sound Management of Hazardous Wastes 157 – Shared Natural Resources and Legal Aspects of Offshore Mining and Drilling 158 – Regional and Sub-Regional Programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean 158 – Global Climate Change 158 – Implementation of the Plan of Action to Combat Desertification 159 – The State of the World Environment 1987 159 – Emerging Environmental Issues 159 – Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development 159 – WCED-Report: GC Draft Resolution for UN/GA 159 – The Environmental Perspective to the Year 2000 and Beyond 160 – Draft Resolution for Submission by the Governing Council to the General Assembly 160 Environmental Perspective to the Year 2000 and Beyond 162 AMCEN II – African Ministerial Conference on the Environment: Extracts from Decisions 173 – Organizational and Institutional Matters 173 – Regional Technical Co-operation Networks on Environment and Development 174 – Operational Arrangements for the Four Committees of the Conference 174 – Priority Subregional Activities 174 – Village and Stock-raising Pilot Projects 174 – Inter-Agency Working Group 174 – Financial Arrangements 174 – Environmental Education and Training 174 – Recommendations by the Conference to the Governing Council of UNEP at its Fourteenth Session 174 Group of Seven – Economic Summit – Thirteenth International Session 174 Council of Europe – The Consequences of Current Soil Degradation 175 – Pollution of the Rhine 175 – Biogenetic Revolution in Agriculture 176 Show more
Citation: Environmental Policy and Law, vol. 17, no. 3-4, pp. 146-176, 1987
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