International Environmental Law. Molly Lachlan and Adam. Principals of International Environmental Law. States may not allow their territory to be used in a way that is prejudicial to the rights of a another state of states Trail Smelter arbitration:
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International Environmental Law
Molly Lachlan and Adam
USA claimed compensation from Canada for damage caused by air pollution
France was obliged to consider the interests of Spain in preparing a scheme for water diversion
Set targets for the elimination of consumption and production of Ozone depleting substances
Recognised the atmosphere as a common resource of vital interest to mankind