By Kiss, A., Shelton, D.
This paintings goals to offer the basic parts of overseas environmental legislations. The ebook presents a normal evaluation of why and the way the foreign approach elaborates environmental responsibilities and displays compliance with them.
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Pollution poses specific problems for several reasons. First, the distance separating the source from the place of damage may be dozens or even hundreds of miles, creating doubts about the causal link even where polluting activities can be identified. Introduction to International Law 21 Second, the noxious effects of a pollutant may not be felt until years or decades after the act. Increase in the rate of cancers as a consequence of radioactive fallout, for example, can be substantially removed in time from the polluting incident.
Introduction to International Law 15 The notion of common interests shared by the international community may have procedural implications. In traditional international law, only an injured state could bring a claim against the state which caused the injury in violation of international law. , as obligations erga omnes. In the Barcelona Traction, Light and Power Company, Limited Case (Belg. v. Spain, Second Phase) 1970 ICJ 4, 32, the International Court of Justice recognized the distinction between different kinds of norms: [A]n essential distinction should be drawn between the obligations of a State towards the international community as a whole, and those arising vis-a-vis another State in the field of diplomatic protection.
When the Stockholm meeting took place June 5–16, 1972, it brought together some 6,000 persons, including delegations from 113 states, representatives of every major intergovernmental organization, 700 observers sent by 400 non-governmental organizations, invited individuals, and approximately 1,500 journalists. This level of participation reflected the high profile of environmental concerns at the time. The inclusiveness helped the Conference achieve an internationally recognized significance, particularly in bringing together the developed and developing countries.
Guide to International Environmental Law by Kiss, A., Shelton, D.