Exploitation of Natural Resources in the 21st Century
This volume examines these important issues and adapts a practical approach. It outlines the programme of sustainable development in concrete fields of economic and environmental cooperation.
The concept for this volume originated from the Conference on Exploitation and Management of Natural Resources in the Twenty-First Century: The Challenge of Sustainable Development. The Conference was organised by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and the Department of Law at Queen Mary, University of London.
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Foreword, Professor T. Wälde, Preface Sustainable Development in the European Union Treaties and in National Legislation: Some conclusions Nigel Haigh, The International Dimension of EU Energy Law and Policy Thomas Wälde, General Principles of Sustainable Development: From Soft Law to Hard Law Gerhard Hafner, Sustainable Development, War Reparations and Environmental Damage Olufemi Elias, Incorporating Sustaineble Development Concerns into the Development and Investment Process- the World Bank Experience David Freestone, The Progressive Integration of Environmental Protections within Offshore Joint Development Agreements David M. Ong, The Customary International Law of Transboundary Fresh Waters Joseph W. Dellapenna, New Era in Luso-Spanish relations in the Management of Shared Basins? The Challenge of Sustainability Paulo Canelas de Castro, Finnish-Swedish Frontier River Commission- Effective Water Co-operation Professor Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Legal and Institutional Aspects of Management Arrangements for Shared Stocks of Marine Fish Daniel Owen, Participants, Index