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Summary: This article identifies the two dimensions of sustainable banking, namely the financial and environmental aspects. Due to the extensive coverage of the former dimension in the context of the current global financial crisis, this article focuses on the latter aspect in the context of the...
The principle that the “polluter should pay” has been one of the guidelines of EC environmental policy for decades. Nonetheless, a number of problems continue to stand in the way of its effective application. Most importantly, the principle itself does not define who the polluter is, what...
Given that the challenges resulting from climate change arise from transboundary harm, the global community must come together to address both causes and consequences. Furthermore, because there are multiple and different sovereign interests and needs at stake, it is essential that Parties are...
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