Bonine J. Manual / general edition by professor Kravchenko S.
Lviv: the Lviv National University press, 2002. – 336 p.
The manual covers current issues of the contemporary international environmental law. The manual consists of two parts: general and selected topics. The general part includes scope of international environmental law, its objects, principles, sources and other issues. The special part is dedicated to the current issues of the legal environment protection, namely, climate change, biodiversity protection, dangerous and radioactive wastes management.
Manual includes the extracts from various Conventions, Protocols, other international legal acts, as well as exerts from the decisions of the International Court of Justice, European Court on Human Rights, national courts of different countries around the world (mostly in English). Manual is designed for students, post graduated students, professors and specialists in the field of the international law.
Financial support was provided by the University of Oregon, pursuant to a grant from the US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs NIS Collage and University Partnerships Program.