Current Issues of International Environmental Law

The course on current issues of international environmental law is intended to form a comprehensive vision of the interrelation between the issues of conservation, use and reproduction of the global environment and its components with international law. The state of international organizations, legal documents and policies in this area will be analyzed. In particular, the theoretical foundations of the international environmental law, the process of its formation, sources, subjects, principles, mechanism of implementation, compliance with obligations and dispute resolution will be considered. The course will also explore the relationship of environmental issues to international economic activity, management of common resources and armed conflicts. The course on international environmental law is useful for such practical purposes as analyzing international law, improving decision-making in the field of environment and its alignment with international legal instruments, as well as for access to international programs and organizations.

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