Lecture 8: Climate Change 2 This course is a seminar on the role of law in the management of international environmental problems. The course will begin with a brief introduction to public international law as it relates to the environment and a discussion of what international environmental law means. Participants in the course will study a range of environmental issues, legal sources, and institutions.
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Tags: UC Berkeley Law course Spring 2009 ucberkeley Climate Change Human Rights International Environment Montreal Protocol Groundwater Trade Global Interests Hazardous Materials Transboundary Disputes Cymie Payne
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Lec 1 - Lecture 1: The Scope of International Environmental Law
Lec 2 - Lecture 2: Dispute Settlement, Compliance & International Institutions
Lec 3 - Lecture 3: Bilateral Disputes
Lec 4 - Lecture 4: Transboundary Watercourses and Groundwater
Lec 5 - Lecture 5: Montreal Protocol
Lec 6 - Lecture 7: Human Rights and Environment guest: Neil Popovic
Lec 8 - Lecture 9: Biodiversity
Lec 9 - Lecture 10: Role of National Courts and Laws
Lec 10 - Lecture 11: Trade and Environment
Lec 11 - Lecture 12: Hazardous Materials
Lec 12 - Lecture 13: Procedural Tools for Effectiveness: Participation, Access
Lec 13 - Lecture 14: State Reponsibility - War and Environment