Non-State Actors and International Law 2: 201–203, 2002. © 2002 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 201 Book review Fred L. Morrison and R. Wolfrum (eds.), International, Regional and National Environmental Law , Kluwer Law International, 2000; 974 pp.; ISBN 9041188452 [EUR 150.00/USD 175.00/GBP 109.00] The editors’ purposes in producing this substantial volume are three-fold – “to provide a new, current and comprehensive text on international environmental law”, “to demonstrate the myriad of relationships between international and domestic environmental law and between domestic systems in different lands” and “to see what common themes could be discovered in this vast array of material”. The book is divided into five parts, namely International Law and Environmental Law (Part I), International Environmental Law (Part II), Regional Environmental Law in Europe and North America (Part III), National Environmental Law in Germany and the United States (Part IV) and Common Themes of Environment and Law (Part V). The thirty-three chapters are written by fifteen authors, all of whom work in the field of environmental law in Germany and the United States. The four chapters in Part I “address the fundamental concerns of inter- national law and of environmental law” in order to
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