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International Environmental Law

International Environmental Law is field of international law regulating the behavior of states and international organizations with respect to the environment.

               

 

Sub-Issues of International Environmental Law

  • biodiversity & wildlife
  • climate change
  • cultural preservation
  • deforestation
  • desertification
  • dumping
  • endangered species
  • hazardous wastes & materials
  • international trade & the environment
  • national security, the law of war, and environmental protection
  • nuclear damage
  • oceans & seas
  • ozone depletion
  • pollution (land or vessel-based; air or water)
  • population
  • preserving the Antarctic regions
  • protection of habitat
  • sustainable development
  • water & sanitation

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