Environmental Law and Justice in Context by Jonas Ebbesson, Phoebe Okowa

By Jonas Ebbesson, Phoebe Okowa

This number of essays discusses the level to which issues of justice and equity have permeated the criminal debate on environmental security. Written via a variety of participants who've approached the topic from clean theoretical and functional views, the essays research how those variations of justice have encouraged coverage offerings in relation to themes like weather switch, defense of the stratospheric quarter, exchange and the behavior of war. the importance of participatory rights as a medium for the realisation of environmental justice is given prolonged remedy, and the participants additionally check the congruence among environmental justice and structural matters, akin to gender, classification, nation borders and, on an international scale, North-South family. The publication will tell and stimulate debate on an important-yet-neglected element of the environmental discourse, and is very instructed for researchers and scholars of foreign and family legislations, political technology and diplomacy.

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The procedural element of justice is evident in the ways the global agreements are negotiated and debated. To achieve legitimacy, but also procedural justice, it is essential that all states (and other relevant actors) are able to partake in the negotiations of international agreements, and in the shaping of international policy. 24 jonas ebbesson The three chapters in Part IV show that similar issues have arisen in the three global regimes. The negotiations of a global treaty to combat the depletion of the stratospheric ozone layer influenced the later negotiations concerning climate change, biodiversity and desertification, for instance by the development of the principle of common but differentiated responsibility.

G. by requirements to set up compensation funds and various trust funds. Yet, the mechanisms for such distribution have not been well structured, which has prevented the even distribution of benefits in particular mining communities. Moving beyond domestic law, Priscilla Schwartz also considers whether voluntary commitments undertaken by transnational corporations has had any impact on their corporate social responsibility. 52 Although mining companies are increasingly becoming aware of various environmental justice concerns, mainly due to pressure from NGOs and civil society, she concludes that environmental justice will remain elusive under the current institutional structure, ‘no matter how compliant or motivated transnational enterprises become’.

With this significant proviso (and not ignoring the influence of power) in the North–South context, she argues that there are possibilities to establish an inclusive international legal order in which procedural justice may provide for the emergence of substantive commitments in a genuinely normative community. Thus, one may add, procedural justice may result in some sense of substantive, distributive justice as well. Having defended the idea of global climate justice as a meaningful concept, Jutta Brunn´ee turns to the question whether a globally shared conception of environmental justice has in fact emerged in international climate change law.

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