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The Stanford Committee on Law and Human Rights and the International Environmental Legal Consortium's 1998 Global Challenges Forum: Access to Justice and Environmental Protection: International and Domestic Perspectives.
December 1, 1998... Social justice and environmental protection have been separate fields for the majority of their existence. However, in the past decade, the interconnections between the two endeavors are being increasingly recognized and studied. Numerous studies have shown that environmental degradation...
Economic Development and the Environment in Chile.
December 1, 1998... The planned integration of the western hemisphere into a single free trade zone in 2005 has heightened concern over the consequences of economic development for the environment in Latin America. Chile, as a center point of integration and as one of the region's most dynamic economies, is...
High-Reliability Pastoralism Versus Risk-Averse Pastoralism.
December 1, 1998... A great deal of ink has been spilt over what is seen as the degradation of the largest land category in the world, this planet's arid and semiarid drylands, by its largest group of users, that is, pastoralists. Much of this written record needs to be rethought entirely, and what follows is,...
Is Consensus Necessary for Effective Environmental Treaties?
December 1, 1998... All environmental issues have embedded within them the possibility for both violence and peaceful resolution. To avoid violence and to promote peaceful resolution, environmental problems are addressed in the international community by drafting treaties. As more complex environmental issues...
Constraints to the Sustainability of Cage Aquaculture for Resettlement From Hydropower Dams in Asia: An Indonesian Case Study.
December 1, 1998... Due to increased demands for reliable supplies of electric power, irrigation, and drinking water, the number of new hydropower reservoirs is increasing dramatically, especially in Asia. According to the last report of the International Commission on Large Dams, the total number of dams on...