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International law for energy and the environment, Patricia Park

"This revised edition of Energy Law and the Environment considers how international and national legislation now requires the energy sector to focus more on sustainability and the circular economy in response to new policies at both international and national levels. It explores how environmental law engages with multinational companies regarding energy sources, ownership of those resources, and state sovereignty. It has been updated throughout and adds new and fully revised chapters on subjects including climate change, human rights, renewable energy, and energy law in China"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Section I 1. Introduction to International Law. 2. Regulation, Energy Resources, and the Environment. 3. International Law and State Sovereignty. 4. Trade, Competition, and the Environment. 5. Climate Change and the Energy Sector. Section II 6. International Law on Oil and Gas. 7. International Regulation of the Nuclear Industry. 8. International Regulation of Renewable Energy Sources. Section III 9. Energy Law in the United States. 10. Energy Law in the European Union. 11. Energy Law in the United Kingdom. 12. Energy Law in India. 13. Energy Law in Australia. 14. Energy Law in China -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Index
Literary Form
non fiction
Third edition.
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxvi, 365 pages)
Specific Material Designation
Form Of Item

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