Land Based Marine Pollution: International Law Development

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1987 - Law - 254 pages
 

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Contents

The conceptual basis for the development of international law on marine
6
E Approaches of international law to marine pollution control
13
B Control strategies from a scientific point of view
28
LMBP control from an economic point of view
35
Social and political dimensions of LBMP control
46
F Centrifugal and centripetal forces for the establishment of an international
52
G Summary
58
B Obligations under general international law
64
Summary
107
B LBMP in regional framework conventions
114
Other subregional or multilateral legal instruments
151
The Montreal Guidelines
163
Towards a New Era of International Law Development in the Control
216
B Recommendations for future development
238
Bibliography
245
Index
251

State responsibility for environmental degradation
84
Summary
90

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