Global justice and sustainable development

edited by Duncan French

In recognising the significant role international law can play in supporting the objectives of justice and sustainable development, Global Justice and Sustainable Development provides a wide-ranging analysis of some of the most fundamental challenges facing global society. In particular, the volume seeks to consider the synergies between sustainable development and global justice - two notions that are simultaneously hugely important and, in equal measure, enormously contentious within both international law and international relations.Organized in a three-part structure, Global Justice and Sustainable Development revisits some of the basic assumptions on which the general principles are built, considers the implications for differing aspects of international law, and focuses on national and regional approaches.

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  • Introduction
  • 1. Sustainable Development and the Instinctive Imperative of Justice in the Global Order, Duncan French
  • Part I: Refining General Principles
  • 2. Sustainability Discourses in International Courts: What Place for Global Justice? Tim Stephens
  • 3. Sustainable Development and Fragmentation in International Society, Jaye Ellis
  • 4. Sustainable Development, Integration and the Conflation of Values: The Fuel Retailers Case, Dire Tladi
  • 5. Sustainable Development, Major Groups and Stakeholder Dialogue - Lessons from the UN, Karen Morrow
  • 6. The Normative Influence of Islamic Shari'ah on Current UN Discourse on Justice and Sustainable Development, Katja Samuel
  • 7. Demystifying the Ideal - Water and Sustainability in Ancient Greek Laws, Etienne Dunant
  • Part II: Pursuing Global Justice and Sustainable Development in International Law
  • 8. Procedural International Environmental Justice? The Evolution of Procedural Means for Environmental Protection: From Inter-State Obligations to Individual-State Rights, David M. Ong
  • 9. Climate Change and Shifting Paradigms, Joyeeta Gupta
  • 10. The Impact of International Foreign Investment Rules on Domestic Law, Ximena Fuentes
  • 11. Water Services Privatisation and Recognition of the Human Right to Water in International Investment Law - Finding Fertile Ground in Unlikely Places, Owen McIntyre
  • 12. Ecosystem Services, Agricultural Subsidies and World Trade: in search of Global Justice and Sustainable Development, Elena Merino Blanco
  • 13. The Concept of Equality in International Trade and Investment Law: A Catalyst for Sustainable Development< Freya Baetens
  • 14. The Curious Phenomenon of "Environmental Migration/Displacement" and the Role of International Law in Cross-Border Protection, Michele Morel and Frank Maes
  • Part III: National and Regional Approaches
  • 15. Global Poverty and Sustainable Development - Challenges addressed by the EU's Renewed Sustainable Development Strategy, Silke Steiner
  • 16. Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development: Guidelines for Environmental Law-Making, Dominique Herve
  • 17. Some Australian examples of the integration of environmental, economic and social considerations into decision making - the jurisprudence of facts and context, Jennifer McKay
  • 18. After Copenhagen: Bringing Personal Carbon Trading Home, Peter Doran
  • 19. Justice and Sustainable Development: Compatibility or Conflict? A Scottish Case Study, Ole Pedersen, Aylwin Pillai and Anne-Michelle Slater
  • 20. Sustainable Development Indicators and a Putative Argument for Law: A Case Study of the UK, Andrea Ross
  • A Concluding Comment
  • 21. Reassessing and Redefining the Principle of Economic Sovereignty of States, Surya P. Subedi
  • Index

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書名 Global justice and sustainable development
著作者等 French, Duncan
シリーズ名 Legal aspects of sustainable development
出版元 M. Nijhoff
刊行年月 2010
ページ数 xxiv, 416 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9789004182660
NCID BB04809004
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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