New UNEP Publication on ECTs

New UNEP Publication on ECTs

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George Rock Pring and Catherine Kitty Pring ‘Environment Courts and Tribunals: A Guide for Policy Makers’ (UNEP, 2016) is now available to access and download at http://web.unep.org/environmentalgovernance/. The publication provides “the most current, comprehensive, comparative analysis of ECTs available – a synthesis of the experiences, opinions and recommendations of leaders at the forefront of the ECT field. It is designed to be a helpful “roadmap” for policy makers, decision makers, and other stakeholders who are exploring how to improve adjudication of environmental and land use disputes, to make them – in the memorable words of Australian court law – “just, quick and cheap.” It presents an easy reference for those considering creating a new ECT or improving an existing one – to make it fair, fast, and affordable.”

George Rock Pring and Catherine Kitty Pring ‘Environment Courts and Tribunals: A Guide for Policy Makers’ (UNEP, 2016) is now available to access and download at http://web.unep.org/environmentalgovernance/. The publication provides “the most current, comprehensive, comparative analysis of ECTs available – a synthesis of the experiences, opinions and recommendations of leaders at the forefront of the ECT field. It is designed to be a helpful “roadmap” for policy makers, decision makers, and other stakeholders who are exploring how to improve adjudication of environmental and land use disputes, to make them – in the memorable words of Australian court law – “just, quick and cheap.” It presents an easy reference for those considering creating a new ECT or improving an existing one – to make it fair, fast, and affordable.”

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Environmental Adjudication