Regional Co-Operation In International Environmental Law In The South Pacific Region
AbstractInternational co-operation in dealing with environmental matters has assumed increasing significance since the 1970s. The focus in the South Pacific has been the development of conventions and regional institutions to deal with the environmental problems in the region. This article surveys this development, noting the factors that have shaped regional co-operation in environmental management in the South Pacific and the significant legal developments in the region.
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