Research Handbook on International Law and Environmental Peacebuilding

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Research Handbook on International Law and Environmental Peacebuilding

9781789906912 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Daniëlla Dam-de Jong, Associate Professor of Public International Law, Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies, Leiden University, the Netherlands and Britta Sjöstedt, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Law, Lund University, Sweden
Publication Date: August 2023 ISBN: 978 1 78990 691 2 Extent: c 480 pp
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This incisive Research Handbook addresses the growing recognition within the international law community that natural resource governance and environmental protection are crucial aspects of peace processes, both as a security imperative and as an opportunity for peacebuilding. Examining the impact of international normative and institutional frameworks on environmental peacebuilding, this Research Handbook features contributions from distinguished experts and global case studies on integrated legal approaches to the governance of natural resources.

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This incisive Research Handbook addresses the growing recognition within the international law community that natural resource governance and environmental protection are crucial aspects of peace processes, both as a security imperative and as an opportunity for peacebuilding.

Examining the impact of international normative and institutional frameworks on environmental peacebuilding, this Research Handbook features contributions from distinguished experts and global case studies on integrated legal approaches to the governance of natural resources. Chapters examine the role of international legal obligations on fair and equitable benefit-sharing in environmental protection, the contribution of the UN and other international institutions to environmental peacebuilding, and the nexus between access to environmental services and peacebuilding efforts. The compelling conclusion explores contemporary approaches for improving the inclusivity of environmental peacebuilding, considering the role of gender and indigenous peoples’ perspectives.

The Research Handbook on International Law and Environmental Peacebuilding will be crucial reading for students and scholars in environmental law, environmental politics and policy, peace and security studies and public international law. Its comprehensive treatment will also be beneficial to policymakers in international environmental and peacebuilding organizations.
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Contributors include: Virginie Barral, Carl Bruch, Daniëlla Dam-de Jong, Onita Das, Sondra Faccio, Ole Kristian Fauchald, Karen Hulme, Jens Iverson, Marie Jacobsson, David Jensen, Tadesse Kebebew,  Merryl Lawry-White, Albert Martinez, Sequero Sarah Mead, Elisa Morgera, Isabelle Morley, Marco Pertile, Giulia Pinzauti, Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Bas Rombouts, Britta Sjöstedt, Mara Tignino
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