Sustainable development and the instinctive imperative of justice in the global order

French, Duncan (2010) Sustainable development and the instinctive imperative of justice in the global order. In: Global justice and sustainable development. Martinus Nijhoff / Brill Academic, Leiden, pp. 3-35. ISBN 9789004182660

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Abstract

The promotion of and, equally significantly, the endorsement of synergies between the conservation and sustainable utilisation of natural resources, the protection of the natural environment and improvements in human development are goals that the international community continues to endorse, both in their own right and as fundamental to the proper functioning of the global order in the twenty-first century.

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Additional Information:The promotion of and, equally significantly, the endorsement of synergies between the conservation and sustainable utilisation of natural resources, the protection of the natural environment and improvements in human development are goals that the international community continues to endorse, both in their own right and as fundamental to the proper functioning of the global order in the twenty-first century.
Keywords:sustainable development, global justice, international law, nature conservation, poverty reduction, development goals, bmjlink
Subjects:M Law > M130 Public International Law
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
ID Code:5169
Deposited By: Duncan French
Deposited On:05 May 2012 12:46
Last Modified:08 May 2012 20:17

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