Quotas in International Environmental Agreements
Future Generations and International Law
By Jacob Werksman, James Cameron, Peter Roderick
October 01, 1995
Measures for regulating the behaviour of nation states in relation to the global environment have increasingly taken the form of international treaties and conventions. Many have argued that this has proved to be an ineffective way of halting unsustainable development, for the provisions of these ...
By Amanda Wolf
March 01, 1997
Quotas have been used in international environmental agreements for at least a century and, in tandem with incentive approaches, should continue to be crucial to realizing a sustainable environment. This text is a critical examination of quotas both as regulatory tools and as products of ...
By Emmanuel Agius, Salvino Busuttil
October 01, 2009
Sustainable development requires consideration of the quality of life that future generations will be able to enjoy, and as the adjustment to sustainable lifestyles gathers momentum, the rights of future generations and our responsibility for their wellbeing is becoming a central issue. In this, ...