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Authority and Legitimacy of Environmental Post-Treaty Rules

By: Staal, Tim.
Publisher: Oxford Hart Publishing 2019Description: xxviii, 299 pages.ISBN: 9781509925568.Subject(s): Environmental law, International -- Interpretation and construction | Treaties | International and municipal law | Delegated legislationDDC classification: 344.04​6 Summary: Contents Environmental post-treaty rules : concept and context The compartmentalised authority of environmental post-treaty rules The silence of the enabling clauses : delegated authority and the doctrine of sources "Taking into account" : interpretive authority and wording Invisible authority : social legitimacy and social pressures Vulnerable authority : discretion in domestic implementation and violation of procedural principles Challenges to the normative legitimacy of environmental post-treaty rules Conclusion.
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Contents
Environmental post-treaty rules : concept and context
The compartmentalised authority of environmental post-treaty rules
The silence of the enabling clauses : delegated authority and the doctrine of sources
"Taking into account" : interpretive authority and wording
Invisible authority : social legitimacy and social pressures
Vulnerable authority : discretion in domestic implementation and violation of procedural principles
Challenges to the normative legitimacy of environmental post-treaty rules
Conclusion.

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