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INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: CONTEMPORARY CONCERNS AND CHALLENGES Papers presented at the First Contemporary Challenges of International Environmental Law Conference in Ljubljana Edited by: Dr. Vasilka Sancin, Assistant Professor of International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana International environmental law today faces a broad spectrum of global challenges from sufficient levels of protection of biodiversity, forests, marine environment and outer space to integration of mutilateral environmetal agreements, concerns of international adjudication and the confluence of patent law and foreign investments with environment. These issues and others, such as the protection of the environment in peace operations, the responsibility of transnational corporations for environmental protection, green economy and energy efficiency are critically addressed in this book and innovative solutions are provided both by international legal experts and environmental scientists. The book is thus a unique example of an interdisciplinary response to the global environmental challenges of humankind. ORDER: faks + 386 1 3091 815 e-mail: [email protected]

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TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD (Danilo Türk) INTRODUCTION (Vasilka Sancin) NOTES ON CONTRIBUTERS I. Environmental Challenges from the Perspective of Science 1. INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND ACCELERATION OF GLOBAL CHANGE (Lučka Kajfež Bogataj) 2. THE LAWS OF NATURE ALSO APPLY TO HUMAN SOCIETY (Alenka Gaberščik) 3. SEEING THE FOREST BEYOND THE TREES: BALANCING WOOD PRODUCTION AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES (Thomas A. Nagel) 4. ECOSYSTEM APPROACH FOR SUSTAINABLE USE OF COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES (Mitja Bricelj) II. Legal perceptions of Outer Space Protection, Biodiversity and Forests 5. PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT IN OUTER SPACE – LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR DEALING WITH THE PROBLEM OF SPACE DEBRIS (Stephan Hobe) 6. BEYOND THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE: LIMITING THE IMPACTS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE THROUGH CULTURAL HERITAGE PROTECTION (Mery Ciacci) 7. FORESTS: DOES STATE SOVEREIGNTY HINDER THEIR PROTECTION AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL? (Maša Kovič Dine) III. Human Rights, Peace and Security and the Environment 8. NEW PERSPECTIVES ON CONNECTING HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (Anna Riddell) 9. STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR CLIMATE CHANGE-INDUCED HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS (Margreet Wewerinke) 10. PEACE OPERATIONS AND THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT (Vasilka Sancin) IV. Transnational Corporations, Indigenous Peoples, Climate Refugees and International Environmental Law 11. CORPORATE OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE RIGHT TO A HEALTHY LIVING ENVIRONMENT (Jernej Letnar Černič) 12. REVISITING THE ELUSIVE NATURE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (Ugochukwu Callistus Orazulike) 13. CLIMATE REFUGEES: THE EMERGENCE OF GAPS AND NEW CHALLENGES FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW (Stephanie Regna-Gladin)

V. Formation and Implementation of International Environmental Agreements 14. THE DUE DILIGENCE PRINCIPLE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ITS RELEVANCE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE LAW (Hennie Strydom) 15. THE INTEGRATING OF MULTILATERAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS: HERDING CATS OR BUILDING BRIDGES? (Richard Caddell) 16. SURVEYING EMISSIONS TRADING THROUGH A MULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE LENS (Gerard H. Kelly) 17. FAIRNESS VERSUS EFFICIENCY IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: A CALL FOR MORE EFFICIENCY-THINKING (Germán Gómez Ventura) VI. Environmental Concerns of Global Economy: A Legal Appraisal 18. GREEN ECONOMY AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: A MISMATCH AND WHY BOTHER? (Jerneja Penca) 19. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND PATENT LAW (Agnieszka A. Machnicka) 20. THE CONFLUENCE OF INVESTMENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND THE STATES OBLIGATIONS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW: CAN WE REALLY PRIORITIZE PARALLEL STANDARDS IN THE PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW? (Edouard Onguene Onana) 21. ENERGY SAVING AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY: AN UNSUSTAINABLE CONFUSION (Francesca Volpe) VII. International Adjudication and the Environment 22. CREATING AN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL COURT – HOW DISTANT A POSSIBILITY? (Ana Kastelec) 23. THE PLACE OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION: EXTENDING THE PROTECTED INTERESTS? (Ilze Dubava) 24. POLICIES UNDERLYING CONFLICT OF LAW CHOICES IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (Ivana Kunda) VIII. Domestic Legislations and the Environment 25. CASE LAW OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SLOVENIA AND THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT (Mirjam Škrk) 26. RIGHT TO PROPERTY V. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: A MONTENEGRO PERSPECTIVE (Ivana Jelić) 27. THE RIGHT TO ENVIRONMENT IN TURKISH LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE (Meltem Sarıbeyoğlu) 28. INTERNATIONAL LIABILITY AND REDRESS FOR GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS AND CHALLENGE FOR CHINA’S BIOSAFETY REGULATION (Wen Xiang)