Global Environmental Law

Global Environmental Law
Ricardo Luis Lorenzetti and Pablo Lorenzetti
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All around the world, nations have established legal frameworks to protect our environment. While many of these frameworks share similar goals and objectives, they hold important differences as well. In Global Environmental Law, Justice Ricardo Luis Lorenzetti and Professor Pablo Lorenzetti offer a holistic view of modern environmental law. In it, they describe the history and purpose behind environmental rule of law, delve into the nuances of varying regulatory structures, and offer insight into how environmental law is implemented around the world—be it voluntary or mandatory. The book also includes an annex that illustrates how environmental law is changing across the globe—a must have resource for today’s legal scholars and practitioners.

About the Author

Ricardo Luis Lorenzetti is Justice of the Supreme Court of Argentina, Organization of American States Goodwill Ambassador for Environmental Justice, Member of the Interim Governing Committee Global Judicial Institute on the Environment, Director of the Master on Environmental Law at the University of Buenos Aires, Member of the Advisory Committee of United Nations Environment Programme, and Member of the World Commission on Environmental Law of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.

Pablo Lorenzetti is Professor of the Master on Environmental Law at the University of Buenos Aires and the author of various books about environmental law.