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Environmental Courts & Tribunals - A Guide for Policy Makers (UNEP)

Environmental Courts & Tribunals - A Guide for Policy Makers (UNEP) [from the UNEP website]

by George (Rock) Pring & Catherine (Kitty) Pring

Global Environmental Outcomes LLC (GEO) and University of Denver Environmental Courts & Tribunals Study

For the United Nations Environment Programme

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Rol No. 55.203-2016 (Mina Invierno case), Supreme Court of Chile (2017)

A mining company (Mina Invierno) proposed a project to incorporate blasting methods at an existing permitted open pit coal mine in southern Chile.  Citizens and civil society organizations properly presented petitions for the provision of citizen participation procedures during the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process required for this proposed complementary project, but those petitions were denied.  The denial of those petitions was unsuccessfully appealed at the administrative level and the proposed project to incorporate blasting was approved, so a constitutional lawsuit (re

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Rules of Procedure for Environmental Cases (2010)

Please click on the .pdf link to download a copy of the Rules of Procedure (40 pp)

 

 

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The Project on International Courts and Tribunals The International Judiciary in Context Matrix

Click on the PDF link above to access the The Project on International Courts and Tribunals The International Judiciary in Context Matrix.

Click on the following link to access the Web site for the The Project on International Courts and Tribunals:

http://www.pict-pcti.org/index.html

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Can International Mechanisms Support Local Efforts?

[For a properly footnoted and formatted version, please download the MS Word version throught the link above]

Can International Mechanisms Support Local Efforts?

Candis M. Hamilton

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