Offshore oil and gas development in the Arctic under international law : risk and responsibility / by Rachael Lorna Johnstone.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 
xxvii, 317 pages ; 25 cm.
Queen Mary studies in international law ; v. 14. 1877-4822.
Formatted Contents Note
Part 1. Arctic offshore hydrocarbons and international environmental law Introduction Drilling in the Arctic Identifying international environmental law Part 2. The obligations of states to protect the Arctic marine environment The right to resources and the no harm principle Human rights and the rights of indigenous peoples Caution and precaution The environmental impact assessment Monitoring and follow-up Part 3. Responsibility and liability Legal consequences of failures to protect the environment Liability for damage in the absence of a State's wrongful conduct Part 4. Conclusions The extent and limitations of international law in the marine Arctic.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-308) and index.
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