• The Liability Question under Multilateral Environmental Agreements: An Appraisal

    Author(s):
    Fazil Jamal (see profile)
    Date:
    2007
    Group(s):
    Law, Technology and Society
    Subject(s):
    Environmental policy--International cooperation, India, Law
    Item Type:
    Book chapter
    Tag(s):
    biosafety, regulation
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/x2zx-6g80
    Abstract:
    The Chapter surveys international environmental law in order to tease out the main issues and challenges in addressing the question of liability and redress. The Cartagena Biosafety Protocol is the first international agreement to regulate the transboundary movement of GMOs. However, rules of liability and redress in the context of biosafety require the development of another international legal instrument based on the insights of earlier liability and redress regimes.
    Notes:
    The Cartagena Biosafety Protocol is the first international agreement to regulate the transboundary movement of GMOs. The Book seeks to examine the major concerns vis-a-vis the development of appropriate law and policy framework in India vis-a-vis GMOs.
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