Transboundary Pollution: Evolving Issues of International Law and Policy
Transboundary Pollution: Evolving Issues of International Law and Policy provides a comprehensive and perceptive overview of the legal principles that govern pollution internationally and explores the utilisation of these principles in practice.
Legal principles regarding state responsibility for transboundary pollution are well settled in international law. At issue is how these principles are applied and what mechanisms are developed to regulate specific types of transboundary pollution, including pollution of the marine environment and shared water resources, nuclear pollution and air pollution.
Expert contributors come together in this book to discuss all major aspects of transboundary pollution and the practical application of the state responsibility doctrine. Empirical studies of European, Asian and Southeast Asian countries demonstrate regional perspectives of how international law and policy governing transboundary pollution translates into practice.
Academics, students and practitioners alike will benefit from the perceptive and discerning insight the book presents into this important issue within international law, environmental law and public policy.
About the NUS Centre for International Law book series
This book series provides critical analysis on issues of international law relevant to the region, including ocean law and policy, ASEAN law and policy, trade and investment law and policy, and international dispute resolution. The series examines international issues from a legal, political and policy perspective, and serves as a valuable reference for international and regional organisations, government officials, scholars and practitioners.